Hull 4 Heroes aim is to ensure that veterans returning from service transition back into civilian life and regular employment is as seamless as possible. Our ever-growing network of support creates homes, provides education, and sources employment for veterans. They have put their lives on the line in the name of their country and its people, they deserve better, and we are here to help.
We rely heavily on the generosity of the community to raise funds in order to continue our work supporting veterans’ transition back into civilian life and regular employment.
Helping our Heroes transition back to civilian life is something we all should be a part of.
“We have teamed up with Your Charity Lottery, experts in their field, to add a weekly Lottery product to our fundraising. The Lottery gives supporters the chance to win fantastic cash prizes every week while also providing a regular source of income towards the Veterans Village. It really is a win, win!” – Paul Matson, Chairman and Founder of Hull 4 Heroes
About the Village
The Hull 4 Heroes Veterans Village project aims to develop a self-sustaining site for the housing and rehabilitation of ex-service men and women. The Hull based charity will provide a unique place to give support to those individuals requiring help when adjusting to civilian life. Along with our supporters we hope to create the world’s first purpose built centre that will provide a safe and stable platform for veterans, where they can create a happy and purposeful life for themselves and their families in civilian society.We are a not-for-profit charity and rely heavily on the generosity of people and their donations to help as many veterans as possible. We have no fixed or regular financial support and every £1 could help make a difference to the families who need our help.
THE DIFFERENCE you could make
While all of these services are free to patients, they are not free to provide. With statutory funding currently covering just 10% of our annual running costs it is the support of the local community which keeps our service here for those in need. Joining Your Charity Lottery makes a real difference to local families.
The nature of the work carried out at the hospice has meant we have touched the lives of many thousands of local people over the decades. The hospice provides care and support to over 1500 families a year living with the complexities of an illness that has no cure, during some of the most difficult days.