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On July 9th 2019, Veterans and their children were joined by the international singer and Forces Sweetheart Kirsten Orsborn in a recording studio. Kirsten has continuously supported the Forces and Veterans charities for 11 years. Kirsten was adopted by The Royal Marines Association as their sweetheart in 2014 at the age of 17, followed by the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in 2018. Kirsten regularly visits the Royal Hospital of Chelsea to perform and chat to the pensioners she now likes to call her friends. February 2019 Kirsten voluntarily travelled to the Falkland Island to perform for the serving and ex veterans along with the children and families living there. Kirsten is very proud to be the patron to Minds at War and The Homeless Veterans Project.

The recording studio, Blue Fire Productions owned by Charlotte Bailey in Leeds who advised on the project and was a key element in the production and promotion. James Beaumont and Max Russell sound engineers helped structure the recording. The Group has now come together under the brand name “All Call Signs”. The song and cover version of the song “He Aint Heavy, He’s my Brother”. SAS Legend Rusty Firmin is the Patron of the Charity record. Rusty, Donna, Anthony, Kirsten and other Veterans sang the song with the backing of the children and supporters of soldier who were killed in action while serving their country… Veterans Helping Veterans, Actions Not Words…

Kind regards The “All Call Signs Team”.

Band members

Rusty Firmin, Anthony Malone, Donna Armstrong, Kirsten Orsborn, Karen Orsborn, Nicki Mortimer, Katelyn Mortimer, Sophie Mortimer, Trevor Cooper, Graham Hilliard, Steve Thornton, Phil Eddie Waring, Ben Parkinson, Roberta Drewitt, Darren Melia, Andy Davies, Steve Talbot, Sam Mitchell, Steve Bentham Baites, Taiksey Toolie, Jodie McFarlane, Isabella McFarlane, Steve Taylor, Gary Stockton, Sue Stockton, Tracy Morris, Ian Haydon, Dan Arnold, SJ James, Rich Greasley, Sharina Kelly, Troy Conner, Mandy Barr, Tygan John, Rhianna Crossan, Emily Barr, Rachael Barr, Maggie Clark, Allen Reid, Ava Reid, Alistair Reid, Sean Middleton

12 charities to benefit

All Call Signs is a peer-to-peer communication app for Veterans and serving Military Personnel. Our chat service is manned by volunteers who have served in The Forces and understand the stresses and struggles that come with daily life in and out of uniform.

On February 9th, 2011, Private Conrad Lewis became the 353rd British Soldier to be killed in Afghanistan. 353 is a charitable trust set up with the aim of helping members of the military community.

The Lee Rigby Foundation offers care, support and advice for bereaved families, Veterans and the UK Military.

Veterans Aid is a charity that helps ex-servicemen and women in crisis – regardless of age, ethnicity, rank or length of service – and has been doing so since 1932.

Homeless Veterans Project is a brand-new Scottish Charity formed to maintain the veterans housing project in Dundonald in Ayrshire in Scotland.

Outpost Charity has been dedicated in providing support for Military Personnel, Veterans and their Families since 2014. Today we continue providing emotional, social and practical support focusing on the Veterans Camp and the provision of household necessities.

Pilgrim Bandits Charity was established by a small group of Special Forces veterans in 2007 and registered as a charity in 2010, with the sole aim of using their unique training and experience to help and inspire injured personnel to live life to the full.

Our vision here at Woody’s Lodge, is to provide an inviting meeting space for veterans of the Armed Forces, Emergency Services and Reservists to re-engage with life, their families and their communities.

We are based in South Yorkshire and have working agreements through Barnsley Council and Doncaster Council to rent some of their housing stock and then sublet to homeless veterans at a cost ie we make no profit on the rents.

Phoenix Heroes are supporting our veterans and their families dealing with PTSD.  We are working alongside local organisations and professionals and act as a support platform to place veterans and families on a range of outdoor group activity projects.

Forgotten Veterans UK was set up to support all Service Veterans in need. We look to the future for those Veterans whose vision of the future is less clear.

This group has been formed for serving members to and veterans of the parachute regiment and Airborne forces.

Organisations & Individuals involved

Veterans Next Step is an online trade directory dedicated to Self-Employed Veterans based in the UK. 

We provide essential Digital Marketing including Content Management & Affordable Websites for SMEs & StartUps. Fellow of ISMM & CMI with 30yrs Experience.

Campfire I.T.  specialise in providing complete solutions for Start-ups and Small Businesses.  From web design and SEO to I.T. and Cloud, we have the solution for you.

A charity song production raising funds and awareness for 12 small veteran led charities supporting veterans who are homeless or suffering from PTSD.

Exclusive new car discounts for serving Armed Forces, ex-military, veterans and MoD with UK sales up to 35% off! Tax free sales also available.

Marmalade Wealth Management provide private and corporate clients with truly independent financial advice. 

Bluefire helps businesses and institutions worldwide deploy mobile applications, server software, and cloud services for the distribution and consumption of ebooks and other forms of digital publications.

Worldwide Edition limited to 100 of any one painting. These are high quality remembrance art prints, produced using the Giclée method with archival quality inks on Hahnemühle Fine Art 310gsm paper.

At Mountain Warehouse we have been developing the very best outdoor gear for all the family since 1997. Unlike other outdoor retailers, we don’t carry lots of different brands. 

We provide custom made logo`s for your social media, small business, or club, at affordable prices.

Also a special thank you to Tracy Morris, Alex Platts, Sheila-Smith Rawnsley, Angela Steele and Katie Low for their continued support of veterans.

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