IT students from Leeds City College on work experience have helped us at the Forgotten Heroes Charity to edit our website by walking us through step by step so we can make our website better, thanks to them we can now use the website design software and edit our website as we please.
From the 29th February 2016 till 4th March 2016 we have had 2 I.T students from Leeds city college who have undergone work experience with us. These student have successfully helped us with problems we were having in the office of forgotten heroes, these were problems like printers not working, performance and website needing updating.
They have said they have had a great time in this work placement and learnt a lot of skills throughout as well as being well looked after by the chairmen David sessions and they have recommended some of their fellow students to come and do their work placement with us.
The Forgotten Heroes is beginning to draw huge admiration & support from many influential circles.
Recently, the Leader of the opposition decided to join The Forgotten Heroes as a Patron of the charity. Ed Miliband said in his letter, ‘I am grateful for your kind invitation to become a Patron for The Forgotten Heroes and for the information you provided for what is a clearly important & much needed charity’
Adam Douglas; Chairman & Co Founder of The Forgotten Heroes, said: “We’re thrilled that The Right Honourable Ed Miliband has chosen to help us in our mission, and we wish him all the best for agreeing to become a Patron.
‘The Forgotten Heroes’ is the UK’s first nationally-recognised charity dedicated to supporting the carers of wounded and injured military veterans. Staffed entirely by volunteers, the majority of whom are former servicemen and women and their carers, the charity provides help and support to carers whose lives have been changed dramatically by disablement of their loved ones during military service.
Ed Miliband joins a long list of Bishops, Lords Members of Parliament, former members of the Armed Forces & celebrities.