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GET HELP

Who Dares Cares can help provide practical, financial and emotional support for our Armed Forces and Blue Light Services personnel, including their families, who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Who Dares Cares is ready to help all our Armed Forces and Blue Light Services personnel, including their families with any mental or emotional health concerns.

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT

Who Dares Cares can provide financial support under the Household Hardship Fund grant provided by The National Lottery Community Fund and administered by Corra Foundation.  The purpose of the Household Hardship Fund is to provide small grants to charities and community groups across Scotland who can support families and individuals on low incomes and with pressing needs. 

Click on the link below for further information on our application process.

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Who Dares Cares support all of the Armed Forces community including their families, no matter what the circumstances.

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BLUE LIGHT PTSD AWARENESS SESSIONS

Who Dares Cares started working with Police Scotland in 2021 after conversations about running workshops and awareness sessions for Police and Blue Light Services.

As Who Dares Cares has always been a support network for Blue Light Services, this was an exciting opportunity to work directly with Police Scotland. 

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'WHO DARES CARES'
- WHAT DOES OUR MOTTO MEAN?

The meaning of our motto and charity name is that we dare you to care, to become active in our charity work, to support our activities and to take part and raise funds to help our future activities.

Would you like to make a donation over the phone? Call us now on 07341 872805.

For any queries about our donation process or our charity’s work, you can also reach us via our contact form.

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