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Sit-Up
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100 Sit-Ups for 30 Days

SIT-UP CHALLENGE

Take on the challenge to do 100 sit-ups a day for 30 days. Sign up yourself and challenge your friends and family to do it with you.
Whilst this is an impressive feat of endurance for some, remember this challenge is designed to suit everyone who is able, as you can carry out your challenge your way; why not break those 100 down into 10 per hour over your day, 33 with breakfast, lunch and dinner, 50 before your work day and 50 after?

SIT-UP CHALLENGE

Take on the challenge to do 100 sit-ups a day for 30 days. Sign up yourself and challenge your friends and family to do it with you.
Whilst this is an impressive feat of endurance for some, remember this challenge is designed to suit everyone who is able, as you can carry out your challenge your way; why not break those 100 down into 10 per hour over your day, 33 with breakfast, lunch and dinner, 50 before your work day and 50 after?

BY TAKING PART IN THIS CHALLENGE, YOU WILL RECEIVE:
  • Free RBLI Britain’s Bravest t-shirt
  • Challenge planner to count down your days
  • Support throughout your challenge
  • Certificate once you’ve finished to display your achievement

Join the Facebook group for a supportive community all taking on this challenge together. Share your successes, post progress photos and encourage others.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Heather by emailing fundraising@rbli.co.uk.

BY TAKING PART IN THIS CHALLENGE, YOU WILL RECEIVE:
  • Free RBLI Britain’s Bravest t-shirt
  • Challenge planner to count down your days
  • Support throughout your challenge
  • Certificate once you’ve finished to display your achievement

Join the Facebook group for a supportive community all taking on this challenge together. Share your successes, post progress photos and encourage others.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Heather by emailing fundraising@rbli.co.uk.

The Community Events team are currently working from home. You can still contact us with any questions or for more details about this event by emailing fundraising@rbli.co.uk.
How Your Fundraising Supports Veterans
TIM BROWN

Former Royal Engineer and AGC, Tim Brown was diagnosed with PTSD after serving in the Armed Forces for 23 years. His significant military career, which began in 1987, includes the Gulf War, Bosnia, a two-year tour of Northern Ireland and 2 tours of Iraq.

However, unfortunately, his extensive service eventually took a toll on his mental health.

Tim is now a Team Leader in RBLI’s leading social enterprise Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company. Tim’s father, Ray, served in the Merchant Navy from 1941 – 1945. Those four long years of World War Two saw Ray serve in the Italy landings at the Bay of Naples, support in
the D-Day landings and help protect Burma and India from Japanese invasion.

Ray passed in 1977 when Tim was just nine, leaving behind his wife Connie and the medals he received for his heroism: The 1935-1945 star, the Atlantic Star with France & Germany clasp, The Burma Star, the Italy Star and The War Medal. Tim is a proud father to seven.

Tony Mountain

Also a father, Tony served in the First Battalion Princess of Wales’ Royal Regiment from 1998 until 2001 – his service career included an operational tour in Kosovo in 2000.

He left the forces with post-traumatic stress disorder and found himself facing homelessness before moving into a home on RBLI’s village and securing employment in Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company.

Tony’s father, spent 14 years in the Army, rising to the rank
of corporal in the Royal Engineers. His career saw him move frequently, with much of his service career spent in Germany and landmine training in Canada.

Tony cites his father’s commitment to his service career as his inspiration for serving in the Armed Forces.

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THERE BUT NOT THERE LEAVES ITS
LEGACY TO RBLI

A high-profile national remembrance project set up to commemorate a century since the end of the First World War has left its own legacy to Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI), ensuring that its work continues to benefit the country’s most vulnerable veterans.

There But Not There (TBNT), run by military charity Remembered, was launched in 2018 to ‘commemorate, educate and heal’ through the installation of moving World War I Tommy figures in communities throughout the UK.

RBLI and TBNT first joined forces at the beginning of the commemorative Tommy project, with veterans at RBLI’s social enterprise, Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company, producing a range of Tommy figures and the responsibility for their distribution.

Former head of the British Army and There But Not There patron Lord Dannatt said:“I am delighted that RBLI will be continuing the remarkable work achieved by Remembered over the last two years. The Tommy is an iconic figure symbolising sacrifice and service. RBLI are the ideal partners to keep this powerful symbol in the forefront of the nation’s recognition of those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom and security.”

Today, Lord Dannatt continues his support.

THERE BUT NOT THERE LEAVES ITS
LEGACY TO RBLI

A high-profile national remembrance project set up to commemorate a century since the end of the First World War has left its own legacy to Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI), ensuring that its work continues to benefit the country’s most vulnerable veterans.

There But Not There (TBNT), run by military charity Remembered, was launched in 2018 to ‘commemorate, educate and heal’ through the installation of moving World War I Tommy figures in communities throughout the UK.

RBLI and TBNT first joined forces at the beginning of the commemorative Tommy project, with veterans at RBLI’s social enterprise, Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company, producing a range of Tommy figures and the responsibility for their distribution.

Former head of the British Army and There But Not There patron Lord Dannatt said:“I am delighted that RBLI will be continuing the remarkable work achieved by Remembered over the last two years. The Tommy is an iconic figure symbolising sacrifice and service. RBLI are the ideal partners to keep this powerful symbol in the forefront of the nation’s recognition of those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom and security.”

Today, Lord Dannatt continues his support.