Support the Families of the wounded and the wounded soldier.
Soldiers and defence families can endure great losses and pressures during their service to Australia.
Losing a limb or sight; suffering from anxiety; feeling helpless or uncertain; and even feeling alienated, is not as bad as losing hope I believe!
Through engagement and empowerment, I have found a support network that helps me to help others that have experienced similar circumstances. By me giving back to those that have endured similar circumstances as mine, I feel hope will not be lost!
I wish to continue serving my country, but in a way I can assist those still serving or wounded and their families. Please support me and my partner in competition (Rickie Single) through your support and keen generosity, as we tackle the 2012 Mark Webber Challenge from a different perspective.
The wounded soldier and his or her family faces a lot of physical and mental challenges: please show your support to our soldiers and their families.
Soldier On is about Australians coming together to show their support for our wounded – we will always have their backs. Its about giving those who have served our country the dignity they deserve and the chance to do and be whatever they choose. Soldier On enhances Australia’s capability to care for our physically and psychologically wounded, provides them with opportunities to inspire their communities and empowers them to achieve their goals.
- Mitch Stewart: $2,000.00
- Bronwyn O'Callaghan: $500.00