There But Not There
Commemorating the Fallen while raising funds for the veterans of today.
We hope to inspire people to commemorate those who fell in the First World War by installing Soldier Silhouettes in iconic and public spaces, and to better understand how it came to affect millions of people from countries around the world.
We also hope to take this understanding forward to give back to the veterans of today, particularly those suffering from the mental and physical wounds of their service. To do this, we have partnered with Royal British Legion Industries, a charity which provides support and employment for ex-servicemen and women to create a commemorative 10-inch Soldier Silhouette. Funds raised from the sale of these figures will go to the Invictus Games Foundation, who use the power of sport to inspire recovery and support rehabilitation to ex-servicemen and women around the world, and to charities who provide vital support to veterans across the United States and Great Britain.
The charities we will support include:
The Invictus Games Foundation – Using the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate understanding and respect for those who serve their country.
Help for Heroes – Supporting those affected by their time in the Armed Forces and their loved ones, to help them reach their potential and live fulfilling lives
The Royal Foundation – Changing the conversation on mental health and wellbeing
Walking With The Wounded – Supporting a pathway for vulnerable veterans to re-integrate back into society and sustain their independence. The heart of this journey is employment and mental well-being.
The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation – A charitable foundation that highlights the work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, commemorating the war dead, building and maintaining cemeteries including over 500 sites in the United States of America.