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TX-Net's plan is to create a reliable digital platform for veterans to connect. Those who have something to offer (havers) will be linked with those who have a requirement (needers). All of us are both havers and needers.In a crowded area this project has several unique characteristics: It requires subscribers to join to maintain affinity. It measures the quality of connections ensuring the credibility of participants and outcomes
It is inclusive, a ‘network of networks’ that goes 'with the grain' of Government policy
Over time it will become wholly digitally enabled for ease of operation
The data generated will increase impact for subscribers
It will be moderated to answer the unanswerable and signpost solutions including charitable support
This is a not for profit subscription service not a charity. It is designed to cultivate the bond that exists between all veterans, and to convert the hundreds of informal connections that are made between us into a powerful digital network.
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Heropreneurs is a military charity, established in 2009 to assist all members of the military community in setting up their own businesses. Through our free, bespoke Mentoring Programme, we provide support through all practical aspects of setting up a business venture. Our prestigious annual awards programme was established in 2018 to celebrate the exceptional achievements of the veteran and wider military community in business, showcasing them as a positive economic asset.
The Sulha Alliance consists of four founding members and volunteers, who are involved in advocacy on behalf of Afghan former interpreters. They are supported by a strong team of Afghan former interpreters, who act as regional representatives for the wider interpreter community in the UK and Afghanistan.
Support for people transitioning out of the Armed Forces and into mainstream society covers aspects of employment and some briefings on finances and housing. Reports such as the Transition Mapping Study, Veterans Transition Review and Lifting the Lid on Transition support the need for a holistic model of support, yet nothing is changing quickly. Our combined experience and the available evidence shows that an effective, holistic model of support must include consideration for the cultural and values-based obstacles to healthy transition that are unique to people leaving service, and must therefore be developed with the maximum possible input from the people who it is designed to support.
Established in 2014, Building Heroes is dedicated to service leavers, veterans, reservists and military families. We provide training and employment support into a new career in construction by equipping individuals with a broad range of trade skills and then connecting them with a network of employers.
Rugby for Heroes works with the rugby community to raise funds and awareness for military personnel who are making the transition to civilian life. Committed to providing financial and personal support, to help individuals overcome the many challenges that this transition presents.
Veterans into Logistics is creating a pathway to connect transport and logistic companies with armed forces service leavers and ex-military personnel, we support both parties throughout every step of the employment journey. For companies, we get to understand your business, by doing so, we can find the right type of person that best suits your company.
Sporting Force is a registered charity that supports ex-service personnel. Offering a route into civilian employment within the professional sports industry. They help veterans and their families by offering education, exercise and social events to help relieve mental health and social isolation. All the opportunities they offer are inclusive and can be adapted to meet the needs of our disabled veterans.
SDM Traingin Services specialise in supporting and developing those who have experienced life changing events or found themselves in circumstances that are out of their control. This includes those with physical or mental health conditions, the older workforce, ex-offenders, armed forces veterans and members of the public sector.
Veterans in FM support veterans transitioning out of the military to learn more about potential careers in FM, Proptech or similar fields. Enabling professional networking between veterans who are in the FM/Proptech space.