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How Veterans and Wildlife Conservation Unite: The SAVSIM CIC Initiative

Men in uniform, standing in front of sunset

As the CEO of SAVSIM CIC, I've observed the remarkable camaraderie among veterans. Whether it's extending a helping hand in job opportunities, crafting CVs, or simply being there for one another over a pint, the bond among veterans is unwavering.

At SAVSIM CIC, we're committed to harnessing this spirit of support to make a tangible difference. That's why our very own Mitch Hutchcraft has embarked on an extraordinary mission: to raise funds for SAVSIM CIC, enabling us to expand our animal-assisted therapy courses for veterans grappling with mental health issues like PTSD. But that's not all. We're also dedicated to assisting veterans transition into roles that combat wildlife crime, safeguarding some of the world's most endangered species.

Mitch Hutchcraft's commitment goes above and beyond. He's set his sights on breaking the world record for the longest triathlon, all in aid of supporting veterans and protecting wildlife. You can catch a glimpse of his inspiring journey in this clip from ITV [link], where he shares his vision to make a difference.

But Mitch can't do it alone. We're calling on individuals and businesses alike to join us in sponsoring Mitch as he takes on this monumental challenge. With a film crew documenting every step of the way, Mitch's journey will culminate in the ultimate feat: climbing Mount Everest alongside Nirmal (Nimsdai) Purja.

Visit our website [] to learn more about our mission and how you can get involved. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to The Veterans' Foundation for their recent support of SAVSIM CIC.

Together, we can make a meaningful impact on the lives of veterans and the preservation of our planet's precious wildlife.

On behalf of the animals, we protect and the veterans we support.




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