This is why poppy donations matter

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This is why poppy donations matter
11th November 2014

Tim Brawn, director of Fundraising & Communications for Combat Stress, explains how the charity have been helping soldiers and veterans cope with mental health problems since 1919 and why funds raised by the poppy appeal matter so much. 

Tim explains the pervasive problem of mental health in the armed forces and the stigma attached to it, which often sadly affects veterans coming forward to ask for help. 
 

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