Rock2Recovery was founded by Jamie Sanderson RM and Jason Fox RM, following long careers as senior ranking Royal Marines Commando NCO’s (Non-Commissioned Officers) and Instructors both of whom were medically discharged.
A team of fantastic Specialist Change Management Coaches from across the UK allows for operational clinics in Exmouth, London, Jersey, Edinburgh Napier University and more coming… they strive to create positive change when needed most. Following their unique experiences, they recognise the need for rapid preventative interventions, specific coaching and assistance, including the provision of short and long-term refocusing support for veterans leaving the service with brain Injuries and mental health issues attributable to their period of service.
At Trident Search, we are very conscious of our responsibility to give back and, as such, commit to 1% of all profits going to charity. We are proud to be supporting Rock2Recovery, a truly fantastic organisation supporting serving members, veterans and the families of our Armed Forces who have been affected by PTSD and stress.
White Hat started 17 years ago when a group of security and risk professionals came together to raise money for charity.
At Trident Search, we attend the yearly White Hat Ball to help raise money in support of the NSPCC Childline to give back to children in need of our support.
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Mind campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
At Trident Search, we have launched a fantastic initiative with Uncommon by launching fundraiser activities during Mental Health Awareness month. With the aim to help raise awareness about those experiencing mental health problems and need support.
To learn more about Mind and how you can support this cause, you can read their information and support page.
On the 19th of March 2021, Sam Parkinson, a hugely talented and popular former Royal Marine passed away. Sam had suffered from mental health for several years.
RTYO stands for ‘Run To Your Oppo’. The message is clear – If your oppo ever needed you as Sam did, you would run the distance to be there for them.
Annually the team and many others around the UK embark on a mission to choose the location and run the distance over the month.
Sam’s story is becoming increasingly more common, and it is so important that men like Sam know that there is help out there for them and where they can reach out to get it. We hope RTYO can help raise awareness so that more families do not have to go through what Sam’s family has been through.
All money raised will be donated to Rock2Recovery in Sam’s name - in 2021, they have raised over £7,500.