The aim of Remembered is to commemorate the fallen, educate all generations and help heal those who are suffering from mental illness and build better futures for veterans.
The 'There But Not There' installation aims to place a representative figure for every name on local war memorials around the country. These transparent silhouettes will be back within communities for Remembrance 2018, the centenary commemoration of the end of the First World War.
At Vigilance we will be marking the anniversary alongside millions of others with a two minute silence at 11am on the 11thof November 2018.
To read more about the There But Not There installation or to donate please visit https://www.therebutnotthere.org.uk.
Vigilance was founded a decade ago with clear social enterprise goals. A top priority back in 2008 was to help veterans’ transition into civilian life within our day to day business. Much water has passed under the bridge, but in 2019 we stay true to our founding principles. Among our recent initiatives has been our engagement as signatories to the Armed Forces Covenant, and our participation in its Employer Recognition Scheme. We proudly support those who serve through this initiative and in this podcast we interview Drew Jeacock to tell us more.
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