Walking Home For Christmas is Walking With The Wounded's annual, nationwide walking challenge to support their work with the NHS - empowering ex-military and their families who are in a downward spiral due to poor mental health, to thrive once more.
Over the past six years, thousands of people have done their own, memorable, solo and team walks - to say thank you. They've walked home, to a war memorial, to their old barracks, carried a Christmas tree to a friend. All manner of walks, getting out and showing support.
This year, the Army Cadet Force are coming together in a national effort to raise as much as we can to support those who have served our country.
In Sussex, we have set up a team and hope to raise over £800 by the end of December.
We have decide upon this target as £815 will be able to provide support through the Head Start program for a veteran or family member who is struggling.
You can see more about how the money raised by Walking with the Wounded is used through this link:
Please help us support this fantastic cause by taking a look at our progress as a team and donating if you are able.
Click here to find out how we are doing as a county team, to take a look at an individual detachment's progress or to donate to our challenge.