CHILDREN of serving parents can join in a number of exciting activities throughout 2016 thanks to Forces’ charity Little Troopers
During February, the charity is asking its supporters to arrange a fundraising event. Whether a coffee morning, cake sale, dress down day at school or a cheese and wine evening in the office, all support is greatly appreciated.
Founder Louise Fetigan said: “Our charity receives no government funding, so we rely on the generosity of our supporters. It would be great if you can take part in Fundraise February. Check out our website for the fundraising pack, which has lots of ideas and resources.”
Following on from previous years, the charity has arranged a trek up Snowdon on 2 April and you are invited to join in. Find out more about the trek and how to get involved at www.littletroopers.net/snowdon-challenge-2016/
In June, the charity will host a summer camp at Pirbright featuring a football academy, woodland cookery, survival skills, climbing wall, swimming, disco and a family fun night. The camp is open to any family with a parent serving in the UK Forces or Reserves. To book a place, visit www.littletroopers.net/news/summer-camp-2016-book-now/
To find out more about Little Troopers, formerly My Daddy is a Soldier Adventures, and how you can get involved, visit littletroopers.net