Special Emergency Meeting at 2.00pm on Saturday 11th June 2016
Lodge Dolphin is supporting the Mark Wright Project by holding a special Emergency Mark Degree Meeting at 2.00pm on Saturday 11th June 2016.
All proceeds received prior to and on the day will be donated to the Mark Wright Project.
The Mark Wright Project
The Mark Wright Project actively supports our ex-Service men, women & their families in addressing the invisible wounds along with the visible wounds of war, easing ex-Service men & women’s transition into civilian life.
Our Centre is specifically designed to be first and foremost ‘welcoming and homely’ - creating a very laid-back informal, non-clinical, social and friendly environment where ex-Service personnel and their families can feel comfortable and safe and able to discuss the issues affecting their lives. Additionally, ex-Service personnel and their family members can access a wide range of information, support and advice services, complementary therapies, gym facilities an outdoor activity programme, and mental health therapists and counselling
The Mark Wright Project has three broad aims
· To promote and provide participation in healthy sport, recreation, leisure and social activities for ex-service men and women suffering from combat trauma and stress
· To promote and provide post-conflict information, advice and support to promote the physical and mental health of men and women living in the UK suffering from combat and/or conflict trauma and stress
· To relieve the mental and emotional sickness of persons/families resident in Scotland suffering from bereavement or loss of a son/daughter killed or wounded in military combat.