The PTSD Project

The PTSD Project - independently funded. all proceeds used to improve veterans' lives. volunteers for change!

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You can donate to The PTSD Project UK securely and with confidence.

Your data will be protected, you will not be contacted by us or any third parties about further donations and all of your donation goes to improving the lives & futures of veterans of the Armed Forces.

You can donate on a one off basis or monthly and can choose any amount you are comfortable with.

Free services for veterans of the Armed Forces are funded by the Veterans' Benefit Lottery.

The level of support we can offer is directly affected by the revenue from the lottery.

ALL profits, after prizes are awarded, are used to advance the objects of the organisation.

Namely to improve the lives & futures of veterans.

Phillip Sparrow
Phillip Sparrow
Veterans United Against Suicide
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As a Royal Navy Falklands Veteran I am proud to be a member of the Veterans' Benefit Lottery and supporter of The PTSD Project. Please join the lottery too and help our veterans and heroes. They need your help, do it now.
Jo Jukes
Jo Jukes
For The Fallen
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I joined the VBL very early on, it's a great idea, join now, it's just £1 per week. You don't even need to check your numbers, you get an automatic notification if you win a prize, but even if you don't win, you are helping veterans with free services.
Mandy Small
Mandy Small
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I was one of the very first people to join the VBL when it launched, you should join too, the prize has now gone up to £10,000. The services from The PTSD Project come from the revenue generated by things like the Veterans' Benefit Lottery, so the more players there are, the more free support is available for veterans of the Armed Forces.

We have a plan to deal with the problems caused by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We know that we cannot work miracles, but we plan to work as hard as possible to eradicate the likes of veteran homelessness; we genuinely believe that there is no need for there to be a homeless veteran in Great Britain & Northern Ireland because the resources are available to change it. There is vast amounts of money donated to this particular section of the charity sector, certainly enough to make sure that the men and women who have so bravely defended us and our way of life, have a roof over their head. Going forward, there is a need for early intervention, which we think can be addressed by PTSD Walk In Centres. This is no easy task but one we believe we can achieve if we are given the right support

The PTSD Project UK Team
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