Research, Network & Invest
Firstly, we would like to thank you for investing your time into ‘Soldier to Civi’, we appreciate your support.
It is our vision to provide a stable platform for all veterans to network within the United Kingdom. Our vision will prevent veterans from feeling unsupported, withdrawn and isolated from society.
It is our mission to provide a support network where veterans will assist fellow veterans.
Soldier to Civi takes great pride in adhering to a set of core values which are promoted within our network. These are the following;
- Empathy – We recognise and share the feelings of other veterans.
- Integrity – We prioritise the veteran’s needs while maintaining the honest morals of our mission.
- Non-Judgemental – We listen to veterans with an open mind, avoiding a negative view and opinion.
- Loyalty – We will be faithful and consistent with our support for veterans
- Pride – We are proud to have served in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces and we recognise the qualities that veterans possess.
- Courage – We recognise the courage required by veterans to seek support from others.
- Transparency – We understand the importance of maintaining an honest relationship with veterans to avoid a breakdown in team cohesion.
“I started ‘Soldier to Civi’ in October 2016 because I wanted to share my experience with others. I initially published a blog every Saturday sharing my personal experience of the transition from soldier to civilian”.
“Since October 2016, ‘Soldier to Civi’ has grown, adapted and developed rapidly due to the kind support from the general public and other fellow veterans”
My duty: “To network with veterans, agencies, companies and organisations in order to provide support and guidance for veterans through mass media”.
Personal email for veterans: firstname.lastname@example.org
For general inquiries, email: email@example.com
“I Have served in Her Majesties British Armed Forces for eleven years, regular and reserve. I began my career with the 1st Battalion of the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment and I am now a qualified lecturer at Eastleigh College teaching Uniformed Public Services and Criminology”.
“I am extremely proud to be the co-founder of
‘Soldier to Civi’, heading up The Veterans Network”.
“My vision is for the organisation to become a national hub for veterans to support other veterans and deter those individuals having an unfavourable transition”.
“I believe the best people are those who have walked in those shoes and nobody should ever feel alone”.
“This is your network”
We would like to invite all veterans to ‘The Veteran’s Network’, where veterans support veterans.