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Jamie’s Fun Day – A Huge Success

Jamie Small, an inspirational young man hosted his very own Fun Day on the 22nd May 2022 at Woodbridge Town Football Club in support of SSAFA,

“Falklands 40” Virtual Challenge

Hidden Warriors CIC along with Haig Housing Trust are delighted to announce the,  “Falklands 40” Virtual Challenge. On 2 April 1982, Argentine forces invaded and

John O’Groats to Lands End

Hidden Warriors CIC Representative Howard Dunn is taking on John O’Groats to Lands’ End Challenge in support of Dementia UK and Hidden Warriors. Howard is

Mental Health Kettlebell Challenge

The return of the Mental Health Kettlebell Challenge will take place from Monday 7th until Thursday 10th March 2022. This year the 16kg kettlebell will

TEXT Giving Now Live

Thanks to the Donr Foundation it has enabled Community Interest Companies like Hidden Warriors CIC to be able to take Text Donations from supporters. The

Jamie’s Fun Day 2022

Hidden Warriors CIC are pleased to have been chosen by Jamie as one of the beneficiaries of his highly anticipated Fun Day taking place May

Jack’s Journey 2021

Jack’s Journey 2021 proved to be a success for the second year running, although down on the number of participants from 2020 and with there

A Summer of Sport & Activities

As part of the funding received by The National Lottery Community Fund, many young people benefited over the Summer School Holidays by taking part in

Fun Weekend Round Up

The Hidden Warriors CIC Fun Weekend took place on the 14th and 15th August 2021 and proved to be a huge success. Our first Community

The National Lottery Community Fund

Hidden Warriors CIC has been supported by The National Lottery Community Fund with a £6000 grant for our Sports and Activities for Mental Well Being