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Help Martin Carver help UK veterans

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This Saturday 3rd July Martin Carver is taking on the ‘Wolf Run’ - a hardcore 10km wild running challenge - to raise much needed funds for PTSD Resolution.

Held in Warwickshire, the Wolf Run is designed to test mental strength as much as physical - something that resonated with Martin, an ex-Parachute Regiment Veteran. “PTSD is also a daily challenge for those who suffer,” he says.

At 60, with a son in the Royal Marines, the welfare of ex-service personnel is a cause close to Martin’s heart. “Like all ex-military people I have had friends that have had PTSD - and they continue to struggle with it.”

Martin regularly competes in charity running events, usually with a twist. To date he has completed weighted half marathons (with a 30lbs rucksack on his back!), water-less runs and obstacle courses - often in fancy dress and always to raise awareness about PTSD.

The Wolf Run is his biggest challenge yet with a unique combination of off-road running - across raw natural terrain including open ground, woodland, lakes and thick mud. Every contestant is required to run, climb, jump, wade, crawl and swim through a punishing course.

Martin s training regimen has been intense with regular, weighted runs around Redditch - in costume and, quite literally, flying the flag for PTSD Resolution. “I think it is an AMAZING charity,” says Martin, “especially in these Covid-19 times.”

You can get behind Martin by signing up today and pledging a minimum of £1 per km. We need your help to provide the support our Veterans, Reservists & families need.

You can donate via text or online:


DONATE ONLINE: https://ptsdresolution.enthuse.com/donate#!/

It s all about getting out there and making a difference for the Veterans that need our help!”

Thank you Martin!

PTSD Resolution, Charity No. 1133188, provides therapy for the mental health and welfare of Forces Veterans, Reservists and their families. The treatment is free, effective and delivered promptly through a network of 200 therapists nationwide, and now by phone and internet during the pandemic. Contact www.PTSDresolution.org

Therapy is delivered in an average of six sessions, with 78% of cases seeing an improvement in reported symptoms to where the client and therapist agree that no further therapy is required.

The charity is one of the only organisations that provides therapy to veterans who are also suffering with addiction issues or are in prison. Services are also delivered to family members, including partners and children, who may experience the symptoms of trauma from living with a traumatised veteran.
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