A member of Help for Heroes clinical support staff has been nominated in the Welsh Veterans Awards for her work within the Armed Forces community across the country.
Veterans Clinical Advisor Helen Neve, 56, who lives in Ceredigion, has been recognised for her work with veterans and their families and received her nomination in the Health & Well-being category.
She has worked for Help for Heroes since January 2021 and said:
“I am pleased and honoured to be nominated for the Health & Wellbeing award on behalf of Help for Heroes Clinical Services and thank the judges at the Welsh Veterans Awards for selecting us and recognising the impact we are continuing to make with our veteran community.”
Carol Betteridge, Help for Heroes’ Head of Clinical & Medical Services, added:
“We’re delighted that Helen’s work has been recognised in this way. Not only is it recognition of her outstanding efforts, but it also shows the benefit of the collaboration of our different internal teams and Helen’s relationship with external stakeholders to improve a lot of our Armed Forces veterans.”
The Welsh Veterans Awards are designed to reward veterans in business, fitness, sport, and the wider community across the country. The awards ceremony will take place on 5 July, at the Village Hotel, Cardiff.
When a conflict ends, for some the battles don’t stop – they just stop making headlines. Veterans and their families are struggling with painful injuries, mental trauma, isolation, and more.
This is the Veterans War. A war forgotten by many. But not by Help for Heroes. Help for Heroes is at their side. Giving life-changing support. For as long as it takes.
The Charity supports veterans from any branch of the UK military – regulars or reserves – irrespective of length or place of service, and locally embedded civilians (and their families) who worked alongside our Armed Forces.
To get support, please visit: helpforheroes.org.uk.