We are a veteran non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC), based in Colchester, Essex
We are Veterans Supporting Veterans
We work with many different organisations that provide a range of veteran support services. Our core strength is community building with the added value of underpinning our community needs with other life support services such as employment networking, mental health support and sporting activities. By uniting together we believe that we have an excellent platform to deliver and support life changing projects, Phoenix Heroes acts as that peer support platform to allow everyone involved to achieve this.
We have built veteran communities that span across the UK, we are active on events all year round and pride ourselves on being family focused. As a Disability Confident Employer we embrace those that have sustained injuries and make our events inclusive for everyone.
Who we support
We support our veterans, families, carers and serving members of the Armed Forces
Support across the UK
We support our veterans and families from all services, all genders and ranks from all lengths of service. We are a team of veterans, family and friends joining together to try and make a difference to how the support for our veterans and their families dealing with mental health difficulties and the transition when leaving the Armed Forces.
By bringing veterans together within a familiar and safe environment gives everyone that sense of belonging of which they are accustom to. It is not easy making the transition from the Armed Forces, coupled with dealing with an injury makes it more difficult to move forward. Phoenix Heroes is here to help our veterans and their families that need that little bit of extra support, we are veterans supporting veterans!
Why support us
Many of the projects that we support are dependant on fundraising donations
We need your support
It is the generosity of our local communities, sponsors, local authorities, grant makers, local businesses and the general public that keeps us going. Without your support we would not be able to help those that are in need, to date we have helped hundreds of veteran beneficiaries. If you would like to show your support in any capacity and find out how you can help, then please contact us.
Please make a donation and help support our projects, change someones life today!
MENTAL HEALTH VETERAN SUPPORT
EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING
Phoenix Heroes Carp Angling
Welcome to the Phoenix Heroes Carp Angling page, our fishing club is just one element of our support services and a great way to build a veteran community. Our club gives everyone a sense of belonging again and a chance to enjoy this fantastic sport together. We have some great things planned for our fishing members and we are receiving some fantastic support from organisations to help us on our way.
Carp Angling is just one of our outdoor activities and is proving very popular with our veterans. We now have an established Phoenix Heroes fishing Club and we have gained some fantastic support in this area. Our fishing forecast will cover UK events and commercial fisheries coupled with our overseas trips to France.
Over the last 12 months our Carp Angling Club is attracting memberships on a monthly basis, this club has brought veterans and families together creating a trusted veteran community environment. Throughout, this community has become a very strong “Peer 2 Peer” support group
We are aligned with some fantastic fisheries around the UK, have some loyal supporters and we are bringing veterans together to form communities all around the UK. We also look after the families, we welcome family members to come and join us on fishing days too!
Over the last year we have received donations of fishing equipment from members of the general public and our support network. As a result we now find ourselves in a position to provide quality fishing set ups to our veterans, this has allowed us to grow our veterans fishing club.
If you would like to help us grow our club by making a fishing equipment donation then please click donate