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The Invicta Foundation is a military charity that helps support anyone who is adversely effected by active service. This includes Wounded, injured or sick troops, Veterans, Military Families and close friends. #everybodymatters.

The Invicta Foundation was established by Cheryl Hall and Stephen Robertson after their son Ashley Hall was severely injured during active service.
“After Ashley got injured in Afghanistan, we spent the following 10 weeks in Birmingham, sleeping in a hotel, and spending our days sat by our son’s bed side. “He’d lost both legs above the knee, lost his left thumb completely, partial fingers on his left hand, as well as part of his hand, his pelvis had been shattered and he sustained some damage to his lower back.
The MOD had been a tremendous support to us when our son was in hospital, but now he was discharged there was a large gap in the care and support package available to us.

“As non-dependents, we were not covered by the MOD welfare program or with any of the existing service charities. We had a choice; we could sit back and let it go, knowing that other families would continue to struggle, or we could start to do something about it. The Invicta Foundation was born.”

Charity No: 1143326

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