Fantastic to see our research into the needs of women veterans is featured in The Sunday Times.
Any women veterans wishing to be part of our research/collaborative please contact Paula Edwards by email: email@example.com or call: 07876787238
Thanks to funding from the Armed Forces Community Covenant Fund, Team Forward Assist has been able to establish an award winning 'One Stop Community Hub' for veterans in North Tyneside and beyond.Read More
Team Forward Assist, Veteran Debaters and Students from Northumbria University were delighted to be invited to Speakers House on 19th December 2017 by the Rt Hon John Bercow MP, to launch the Forward Assist Veterans Debate Training Project.Read More
Our CEO Tony Wright was delighted to receive the BSI Resettlement Award for Excellence in support of service leavers on the evening of October 31st 2017 at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester. "Its a great honour to receive this award on behalf of Team Forward Assist our volunteers and supporters".Read More
We would like to say a huge thank you to Forward Assist and Tees Valley Arts who gave veterans from Roseberry Court in Redcar the opportunity to take part in a Reminiscence Photo and Writing Project…Read More
April began with the introduction of our minibus ‘Tommy’, to Forward Assist patron, Dave Anderson MP (Blaydon constituency).
“They Have Served Their Country …….Now Let Them Serve The Community”
Military Masterchef: Veterans Hone Culinary Skills
Ex-servicemen and women in the North East have been honing their culinary skills with a series of basic cookery lessons run by military charity 'Forward Assist'.Read More
Ex-forces personnel and members of Northumbria University's debating society take up cause of veterans struggling to get back into civilian life. It was a case of ‘mission accomplished’ for a group of North East military veterans who went to Westminster to win backing for measures to reintegrate former armed forces members into civilian life…Read More
Precious diamonds lay scattered over the stony ground. To the untrained eye they looked like pebbles. They were so common in a place called Marange, in the bush of Zimbabwe in 2005, that local children were…Read More