“As an Officer of 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, David believed passionately in supporting the positive health and well-being of the men under his command as well as veterans, with specific regards to those who are living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
“It was very important to ensure the incredible amounts of money so generously donated were put to use straight away and that 100% of all funds raised are used to support personnel and veterans, who have experienced physical and psychological trauma as a result of service in the British Armed Forces, rebuild their lives through The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund.”
So far, over one-hundred and eighty beneficiaries have received financial support from The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund as means to assist in rebuilding lives of personnel and veterans who have experienced physical and psychological trauma as a result of service in the British Armed Forces. Beneficiaries have used the funds to purchase specialist rehabilitation and sports therapy equipment, enable respite breaks and PTSD therapy as well as facilitate supported employment placements and the setting up of small businesses.
A specific Captain David Seath Memorial Fund account has been set up by our partners, Help for Heroes, to record and manage all donations and fundraising made in support of David’s legacy. Help for Heroes are also responsible for the administration and distribution of financial grants to beneficiaries.
Making a donation to The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund ensures our work will continue supporting personnel and veterans living with life-changing physical and psychological trauma as a result of service for their country. Donate