Easistore is proud to announce our partnership with the Armed Forces charity SSAFA by providing support at our Tunbridge Wells store. Easistore has provided the SSAFA with free storage space to help support their cause. SSAFA has said;
“SSAFA is delighted that Easistore in Tunbridge Wells have offered SSAFA Kent space to store their equipment as we approach the summer fundraising season. With lots of shows, fairs and collections over the coming month, it is great to have a central point to store fundraising and marketing equipment. We would like to thank the team at Easistore for their support of SSAFA and the branch, who work to support independence and dignity within the Armed Forces community.”
The SSAFA is the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity and they work to help ensure that the needs of the Armed Forces, veterans and also their families are all met in a timely manner. The charity was set up more than 130 years ago and has helped support countless service men and women during this time. Many members of the Armed Forces and their families suffer from stress and many other issues where it is difficult to get help otherwise. The SSAFA impact communities across the country and are continuing their good work to help change lives.
They offer a wide range of support for both serving and former members of the Armed Forces that encompasses help with housing, support for PTSD and mental illness, mentoring and disability support. These are just a few aspects of the different range of services that the SSAFA provide for members of the military. With the support of more than 1.3 million hours from more than 6,000 volunteers around the country. This support really makes a massive difference to thousands of people in the UK every year.
Millions of people around the country are eligible for support from the SSAFA who help people with a connection to the Armed Forces. This includes all serving and former members of any rank in the Armed Forces that have received at least one day’s pay. A list of the wide scope of people eligible for support includes;
There are plenty of ways that you can support the charity and help to raise funds that will be vital in helping to change the lives of people associated with the Armed Forces. You can make single or monthly donations to the charity online here. There are also many other ways that you can support the charity by fundraising, playing their weekly lottery or volunteering your time.