In addition anyone wanting to show their support can get a special Coldstream Guards Wristband from Eurolink for a minimum donation of £2 each – existing clients can make their donations via their monthly support invoice.
The wristband awareness campaign has been set up by the Coldstream Guards to assist the families of those members of the Battalion who are killed in action by supporting funeral costs beyond what the Army already provides.
It also aims to support those injured on operations and their families to help with costs incurred to make alterations to their homes if needed.
In addition, the campaign assists families of those currently deployed to help them cope with separation.
And it aids soldiers returning from operations – helping facilitate their transition to normal life.
High-profile backers of the campaign include TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh and new WBA heavyweight boxing champion David Haye.
Eurolink director Nigel Poole said: “Eurolink is delighted to back this campaign on behalf of the Coldstream Guards.
“Whatever people feel about the conflicts in Afghanistan or Iraq, there will be families without their loved ones this Christmas and this appeal aims to help them through what could be difficult times.
“With Remembrance Day uppermost in many people’s minds at the moment we think this is a good way of remembering our soldiers and the sacrifices they continue to make every day.”
To book a presentation or to make a donation to the Coldstream Guards Wristband appeal phone Eurolink on 01372 389250 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details about the Coldstream Guards Wristband appeal go to www.shinycapstar.com
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