Everyone’s lives are touched by cancer and The Wildfire Kitchen family is no different. That is why we actively support various cancer related charities such as Cancer Research UK, Macmillian Cancer Support and Exmouth and Lympstone Hospiscare.
We value the brave work done by all members of the Armed Forces and the contribution and sacrifice they make. As a Royal Navy veteran, GB is actively involved in supporting the Veteran’s Change Partnership (VCP) and Armed Forces Community Hub in Exeter. Many veterans leave with various levels of mental health issues, including PTSD, depression, anxiety and stress, all of which can greatly affect their day to day lives. The VCP is a not for profit organisation whose objectives are to provide programmes of rehabilitation and support for former military veteran offenders and their families.
In the Royal Navy, GB actively supported the Royal Marines, providing medical support to Operations and deployments around the world and we love being able to carry on that support in ‘Civvy Street’ by supporting Military charities. HFest is a family-orientated music festival held on the banks of the River Exe, which brings together the families and friends of wounded Service Men and Women to celebrate the hugely important role music can play in their journey to optimal health. The main focus of this care is the The Hasler Recovery Centre, a world class military rehabilitation and recovery centre in Plymouth. Here, care is provided for complex wounded, injured or sick Marines, Sailors and tri-service personnel. The festival itself was born from PROJECT ROCK, a Hasler music therapy project, when a passionate group of injured and ill Marines and Sailors formed a band as part of their recovery.