Conflict & Carnage recognise the important work that volunteers undertake across the country and globe daily.  Without these fantastic people and the organisations they represent the world would be a more challenging place to live and operate in. Providing assistance to individuals and communities with a variety of specialist skills, often at a moments notice.

We salute you all for your #goingwhereotherswont mentality.

Help us help them back. If you have some change to donate, are considering volunteering or would like more information on the services and support they provide please feel free to use the links below.

As always - Stand for Something or Die for Nothing

More than Words is a Kent based charity that was founded in Jan 2015.  The charity provides free Makaton signing workshops to anyone that cares for a child with communication difficulties, inclusive events and support groups for families with disabled children.

Rock2Recovery was established by Jamie Sanderson and Jason Fox (SAS Who Dares Wins) and its aim is to to save and change lives through specialist change management coaching that helps veterans and their families to reduce the past to memories and face the future with confidence. Thus returning them to a happy family and the work place. Jamie and Jason suffered themselves and, consequently, the coaches understand the pressures that veterans and their families can face.

The majority of their 600 clients around the country have tried clinical therapies but they find that they need something more to help. The coaching tries to achieve this. Rock2Recovery also helps clients who are on a waiting list for therapy.

Rock2Recovery has two offices one in Edinburgh covering Scotland and the North of England and one in Devon for the rest of the country. Please use to access help.

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