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Published on 31 May 2018

Veterans Raffle Launch

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Published on 25 May 2018

Exciting Times

 Entry to the Official Launch of the Veterans Raffle has closed. All the registered names of the persons due to participate in our first Prize Draw have been sent individual notifications by email. On the evening of the 31st May 2018 only the eligible entrant’s names will be input electronically into the YES Society Veterans Raffle draw programme. Each name that is randomly drawn will receive notification by email that they have won a prize. Good Luck everyone!...

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Published on 3 April 2018

Veterans Raffle Launch

The Veterans Raffle will be OFFICIALLY launching on 31st May 2018. Subscribers wishing to be included in the first live draw must be fully registered prior to this date. To save any potential disappointment, don't leave your registration to the last minute as the full registration/subscription process can take up to 6 working days to complete. Our system may be modern & fully tested, but our server may have periodic issues coping with excessive numbers of visitors/subscribers at peak ti...

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Published on 17 March 2018

New Veteran Support Centre in Somerset

Midsomer Norton

Len Chappell opened the very first Forces Online support centre, (in Somerset), last week and hopes this will be the first of many opening up around the country. Len & his team are passionate & determined people who won’t rest all the time their help is needed!

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Published on 10 March 2018

72hrs Welcome To The Challenge

72hrs Welcome To The Challenge

YES Society are proud to be supporting the fundraising efforts of David and his Team. Both of our organisations have the same fundamental goal - to raise invaluable funds for the smaller Armed Forces & Emergency Services charities who demonstrate 'How Much Can Be Achieved With So Little'.

 

 

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Published on 8 January 2018

Put the FUN into Fundraising

Figures show that currently 63% of those eligible in this country partake in a lottery. That means that 63% are obviously willingly entering into an arrangement that they know very little about. Some do it to support a specific good cause however, the majority do it because they dream of winning a life-changing sum of money, without a single thought for how such a win may potentially impact on their future happiness! Of the 63%, only those supporting a specific good cause will be aware of the be...

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Published on 12 December 2017

Organisation of the future

The organisation of the future will be one that differentiates their customer experience from the competition. Those who rip the rulebook apart, rather than slavishly follow the herd, will be rewarded.

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