Craig Gadd – Standing Proud on our Photoshoot

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Craig Gadd - Standing Proud (FREE P+P OCTOBER)

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Our model of the moment, Craig Gadd joined us on our latest photoshoot at Tedworth House and looks like a total hero in our new lines.

He says "I hope you like what you see in the range and not just because I am wearing it. I have got involved in lots of things with Help for Heroes since I was injured in Afghanistan. It is fantastic to see the love and affection for our veterans and serving soldiers. It means a lot to us.”

Craig’s story reached its darkest shortly after his injury. “In the hospital, I saw myself naked in the mirror for the first time with a leg missing. It really upset me. A few tears rolled down my cheek, but I realised it wasn’t growing back so I dried my eyes and said to myself “crack on”. I was taught early on, the sooner you accept your injury, the quicker you move on with your life. Help for Heroes has always helped with that. They’ve always been there for me.” 

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About Help for Heroes Trading

All the profits from the Help for Heroes Trading company are gifted to the Help for Heroes Charity to help provide as much support for the wounded, injured, and sick as possible. Your purchase helps to rebuild the lives of those with injuries and illnesses sustained while serving in the British Armed Forces. No matter when someone served, we give them the support they need to lead active, independent and fulfilling lives. We provide support to the whole family to help them all cope with the challenges they face. Long-term recovery is more than repairing damaged bodies and minds; it’s about rebuilding lives.