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December 2014

1914 Christmas Single

1914 Christmas Single

​We are delighted to announce the exclusive release of the video for the charity single '1914 - The Carol of Christmas'.

The song celebrates the power of Christmas to bring peace in the midst of war and commemorates those who fought in World War One and is sung by an ensemble of military voices and soloists including Flight Lieutenant Matt Little, Abby Scott and twelve-year-old Canterbury Cathedral chorister and BBC Radio 2’s Young Chorister of the Year...

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November 2014

Tell us what you think of our website

Tell us what you think of our website

We're looking to re-design our website and want YOU to help us. If you have spare few minutes, please fill in the survey below to help us understand how and why you engage with The Soldiers' Charity online. If you would also like to discuss your thoughts and opinions on the website we'd love to talk to you further!


To fill out the form, please visit https://soldierscharity.wufoo.com/forms/the-soldiers-charity-website-survey/

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November 2014

Homeless Veterans Appeal

Homeless Veterans Appeal

ABF The Soldiers' Charity and Veterans Aid will be the beneficiaries of the Evening Standard & Independent winter campaign.

Entitled ‘Homeless Veterans’ the campaign will focus on issues including housing, homelessness and rough sleeping. The campaign is the first time the publications have come together for one campaign.

Put simply, homelessness means not having a home; it is not just rough sleeping. Even if you have a roof over your head you can still be...

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November 2014

The Wipers Times: Exclusive Christmas Issue

The Wipers Times: Exclusive Christmas Issue

Published by a group of British soldiers fighting in the trenches on the Western Front during the Great War, the Wipers Times was a much loved magazine consisting of poems, wry observations, and satirical humour. Named after the British slang for Ypres, the Belgian city which saw some of the worst fighting of the war, the magazine was born out of the chance discovery of an abandoned printing press, and served to lift the spirits of the troops as they fought and...

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October 2014

PANDORA partners with The Soldiers’ Charity

PANDORA partners with The Soldiers’ Charity

The Soldiers’ Charity is thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with PANDORA.

To celebrate the partnership and raise awareness for our cause, PANDORA has designed a beautiful new charm in recognition of the many men and women who have fought in our Armed Forces.

The wildflower tribute murano charm is crafted from sterling silver, and intricately detailed with red and white Murano glass, representing a beautiful floral design.

As part of the...

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