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Footprints in the Snow: Jamie Lawson’s new single is supporting Walking Home For Christmas!

Walking With The Wounded is very excited to announce that award winning singer-songwriter, Jamie Lawson, has chosen to support Walking Home For Christmas this year. All funds raised from his new Christmas single, ‘Footprints in the Snow’, will go towards supporting ex-service personnel.   WWTW hope the military community will get behind Jamie’s single in a bid to secure the number 1 spot this Christmas and support those who need it most.

“I’m very proud to have been asked to sing this song. The work being done by Walking With The Wounded for ex-servicemen and women is inspirational and changes people’s lives. It’s an honour to be releasing this single to bring more awareness to the Walking Home for Christmas campaign, and help change the lives of hundreds of people.” – Jamie

With Christmas fast approaching, for many a time of financial pressure and loneliness, more ex-service personnel than ever require support. The charity hopes to raise a quarter of a million pounds which will enable the charity to change the lives of more than 400 men and women.

There is no better excuse to get outside and do a walk of any sort between Friday 8th – Sunday 17th December for our wounded ex-servicemen and women, those who without our support could be on the streets, without a job, isolated from their family, in debt or in prison.  Sign up to Walking Home For Christmas here.

Link to single on YouTube: https://youtu.be/y2M6kOIU47Y

Link to purchase single: https://ad.gt/footprintsinthesnow

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