They’re selling well!
A listening ear for your concerns
Works will be on show at the Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot until Sunday 8 October 2017.
Live bands and a DJ set, on-site bar and catering and free parking and camping.
Support for wellbeing within the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Search community.
Last year’s event was a great success.
The new service aims to be the first point of contact for veterans and their families seeking support
They’re covering 450 miles without a map!
Join us on Sunday 9 July!
A cheque and bucket collection were presented to CEO Melanie Moughton at the Diwali celebrations in Leamington Spa.
£3000 raised at a fantastic fundraising evening, including tales of bomb disposal in war zones.
Unique World War I eye-witness accounts will be accessible at the Imperial War Museum in London.
Cutlass presented Deputy Lord Lt John Harwood with a poppy
Organised by the Linley family with West Midlands volunteers
£20,000 award from the Armed Forces Covenant Fund will allow Felix Fun to run courses to teach soldiers ways to de-stress
October is free wills month. Don’t forget Felix Fund when you make your will. It can make the world of difference in the future.
An evening of good food and drink, excellent company along with nine bouts of boxing.
Felix Fund supporters took part in the 2016 London 10k , followed by a picnic in St James’ Park.
The EOD Memorial at the National Arboretum was dedicated in a moving ceremony on Friday 3 June 2016.
The recent evening fundraiser for Felix Fund and EOD Warrior Foundation was addressed by US ambassador to the UK Matthew Winthrop Barzun.
This 2015 non-stop cycle challenge was a huge success.
14 teams played golf in memory of Capt Daniel Shepherd.
Great fun was had by all – and £1200 was raised for Felix Fund.
Week-long exercises in adventure training in Newquay for DEMS Training Regiment were part-funded by Felix Fund.