Get in touch with the IWF today to find out how you can help and support our invisible wounded and get their lives back on track to recovery.
Many veterans don't realise they have a problem, or have been diagnosed, to them everything is the same as it has always been, but to someone who has been through the stages of PTSD, and has been made aware of their traumatic disorder they then realise everything is not what it should be, and with this knowledge they can start rebuilding their lives, before its to late!
Don’t suffer in silence. We have a leading hypnotherapist who can help to change your life and remove the shackles of ‘PTSD’ for good!
The IWF store is in partnership with its merchandise company "FLAG-WAVER" This brand has been designed to give our supporters the best possible clothing and sundries to raise the funds needed to continue our support to those who need it the most, so please show you care and proudly wear the IWF logo! Official and exclusive IWF merchandise available to buy in our store NOW!
We raise money so we can provide real practical help and support within the community to our ex-servicemen and women, helping them conquer their psychological scars through therapy and on-going care and support which we hope will help them rebuild their lives and to be welcomed back into society.
We want to provide real help to our veterans suffering with PTSD, helping them overcome their fears and trepidations, giving them their dignity and the means to progress through life which they deserve. Visit our ABOUT page to find out what IWF goals are and how we hope to achieve them.
The IWF understands the importance of becoming a registered charity, and is therefore organizing events throughout the year to raise funds to reach its target and seek ideal candidates for the trustee posts, only then can we submit our application to the Charity Commission.
Having Battle fatigue means many men and woman who has served or still serving in our armed forces struggle with everyday situations, such as cooking, getting dressed and washing or showering. Many feel it to be a burden or having “CBB or “can’t be bothered” attitude. To come from an environment that teaches you to look after yourself and others around you and then uncontrollably letting yourself go is bewildering and frustrating. Some would say it is laziness, and they would be right in saying that but when you have PTSD , combat fatigue, everyday things we take for granted become a mountainous task.
Men and woman who suffer with Combat Fatigue sometimes resort to shutting off from the world, living day to day with their own comforts such as alcohol, drugs, food and smoking.
We can only help them with your donations and continues support.