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Hi, I’m an ex-Scots Guardsman. Recently a friend had a grab bag given to him (He was a serving Irish guard in Afghan).The boxer shorts were a bit big for him so I had them off him. They are the most comfortable boxers I’ve ever worn! I would really like to be able to purchase more but notice that you don’t sell them in your online shop only in your grab bags.
Hi guys, i broke my back last year in Cyprus cliff jumping, i went to the hospital with just the swimming shorts I had on as kit, your packs of kit and t-shirts were literally a godsend for me while I was there.
A year on I am racing in karts again where my heart lies, for what you have done for me, I’d like to place the troop aid logo on the karts if that’s ok with you, and I’d like to do some fundraising on your behalf if you will allow it 🙂
Injured in Afghanistan May 31st, 2013 after a couple of ops I went home
11months later was having an operation and was only supposed to stay In for the day had a bad situation after and stayed in longer than I thought, and would like to thank troop aid at Queen Elizabeth hospital for sorting me out with a week’s worth of clothes and toiletries amazing charity and definitely should be more recognised
Even when I was casevaced in May, troop aid was there with everything I need the 1st time
And same again this time can’t thank you enough !!
My name is Patrick Medhurst-Feeney. I am a serving soldier with 1 Military Working Dog Regt. In November 2013 I was casevaced from Afghanistan to Birmingham. I received one of your bags and I have to say what a massive help it was as I had no kit.
I have recently been admitted to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth with a different health issue and I received another of your bags as I wasn’t expecting to be staying in. Before I was injured I had never heard of TroopAid. You guys have helped me so much over the past few months even though it is just giving me clothes.
I am still in rehab for my injury but once fit I would love to raise money for you guys any way that I can. I’m looking to do the London Marathon in 2015 should I be fit enough and I would be honoured to raise money for your charity.
I just want to thank the people behind troop aid for the great support and the help give the armed forces I was injured in Afghanistan and received my pack on returning to Queen Elizabeth Hospital and it had everything I could have needed as all of my belongings didn’t get to me until the next day so it helps greatly so i just want that thank you for the small and the large things that you do to help everyone who needs the help, thank you very much
We will be forever grateful for the supplies and grab bag etc my husband received on his return from Afghanistan, Thank you!
Thank you Troop Aid for all that you do for our lads and lassie’s, you are amazing. You have helped me to change my life by your true devotion and selfless acts of kindness and for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I just wanted to say thank you very much, for everything that your charity has done for me and my family over the past two weeks. I was brought back from Afghan, due to a serious medical condition, and without your help and support from the grab bag, clothes, and the mobile phone. It would have been a lot harder than it was. It just meant that there were less things I had to think about, and in doing so I was able to concentrate of the stuff which was more important at the time. It made a big difference, and I can’t say how much I appreciate the work you have done. So Thank you again, and when I am well and fit again I hope to make a donation so able help others in the same sort of issue.