This October, children’s Armed Forces charity, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, is preparing for its most spooktacular fundraising mission yet, by turning the country green for Halloween.Read more
30-year-old Security Manager Gary Cannings from Portsmouth is set to take on the Great South Run this coming Sunday (21st), followed by the Hellrunner South challenge on Saturday 24th November.Read more
A total of 60 soldiers from The Highlanders, 4th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (4SCOTS), descended on the city of Perth at the weekend with one aim – to tackle the fierce Spartan Race and raise money for children’s Armed Forces charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers.Read more
King’s Lynn based charity, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, has organised its very first memorial walk, taking place Sunday September 30th at Sandringham Country Park to remember our heroes and to raise funds for children who have lost a parent in the British Armed Forces.Read more
On the 28th and 29th July, fundraising group Hosties 4 Heroes is hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for children’s Armed Forces charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers, by taking part in a tough challenge devised by Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins, Ollie Ollerton at break-point.com.Read more
The Prime Minister has recognised Nikki Scott, from King’s Lynn, Norfolk, for supporting bereaved British Armed Forces children.
Nikki is the founder f ‘Scotty’s Little Soldiers’, the UK’s leading charity for bereaved British Forces children. Nikki set up the charity after her husband and father to her two children, Corporal Lee Scott, died in Afghanistan in 2009. The charity reaches more than 360 children of Army, Navy and RAF personnel with its ‘smiles’, ‘support’ and ‘strides’ programmes, providing fun activities, counselling and personal development grants.Read more
National corporate hospitality and events company Eventmasters is marching in time with Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
The company, with offices in both Birmingham and London, is set to help raise vital funds for the children’s Armed Forces charity.
Eventmasters managing director Denise Sheasby, said the business was thrilled to become one of the founder and primary members of newly-created Scotty’s Business Heroes arm.Read more
Scotty’s Little Soldiers’ founder, Nikki Scott, was kindly flown out to Washington, D.C recently to spend time with U.S. charity TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors). The trip proved to be a memorable one with Nikki returning to the UK with a number of learnings from TAPS.
Nikki founded Scotty’s Little Soldiers in 2010 after the death of her husband Corporal Lee Scott in Afghanistan. The charity supports children across the UK who have lost a parent while serving in the Armed Forces and has great synergy with TAPS in the US, a charity which offers compassionate care to those grieving the loss of a loved one who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces or as a result of their service.Read more