Over 9% of people who live in the UK have served in our armed forces and they are present in every walk of life. Their unique experience can result in them sometimes needing extra help, Veterans HQ – support where it’s needed.
Over 9% of people who live in the UK have served in our armed forces and they are present in every walk of life. Their unique experience can result in them sometimes needing extra help, Veterans HQ – support where its needed.
“I am the Families Officer for the new beginnings project at Veterans HQ, I feel a sense of pride and very privileged to be part of the veteran community and to help individuals and families get their lives back on track”
Adele – Families Officer for the New Beginnings Project
“I joined the Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) in 1979 and left the Forces in 2010 and seven years on, still suffer with serious PTSD. With the help of Bob, Andy & Veterans HQ, I am now so proud to be a Veteran and to help out. Without HQ, I don’t know where I’d be.”
Robbie – 32 years’ service RAOC; Royal Logistics Corps & Veterans HQ Greeter / The Water Boy
“I am the housing and benefit officer for Veterans HQ. I do this because I have a deep sense of commitment to the military family and this is my way of continuing to help the veteran community.”
Jimmy – Housing & benefit officer for Veterans HQ
“I had a talk with Bob about helping to get homeless Veterans off the streets, for their own sakes and the Veterans HQ project was soon born. I signed up immediately and it’s not only helped other Veterans but it’s also really helped me to clear my own head.”
Ken – 12 years’ service Royal Army Medical Corps & Veterans HQ Buddy
“Since retiring from full time work, I found I had time on my hands. I welcome the opportunity to give something back to the veteran community and work with people looking to get back into work helping them complete CVs”
Peter – Volunteer Veterans HQ
“Veterans HQ is there for whenever Veterans need help. That is why we offer the help because it’s us Buddies and volunteers that benefit as well as our clients.”
Liverpool Football Club Foundation, Veterans HQ and BNENC Interested in this new exciting health and fitness programme which is being held fro Tuesday 4th February 2020 to Tuesday 10th March 2020 at Liverpool Hope University Sports Department. If your interested to...
Love Lane Brewery, Bar & Kitchen will be holding another quiz night on 22nd December 2019 and all proceeds will go to support the work of Veterans HQ. Test your grey matter on all things beer, film, general knowledge and sport. They’ve got some great Sunday Roast...
British Forces Resettlement Services (BFRS) events, provide the Armed Forces Community (AFC) with a great opportunity to meet and network with employers. BFRS events allow the AFC to find out about the various industry sectors, available to them. As well as...