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Community Update

Help for Heroes are live with JustGo

19 January 2022

Help for Heroes are working hard to understand their veteran community and fellowship members’ needs more thoroughly in order to continue offering and improving the programmes and events they run. Through the use of JustGo, and, in particular the new Field Management and Credentials features, Help for Heroes will collect all the information needed at every step of their members’ journey. This ensures the member journey is tailored to the programmes and needs of that member, whilst giving Help for Heroes all the data necessary to help.

 

We have vast and configurable rules available in JustGo. These rules will help ‘restrict’ certain programmes and courses available to Veterans and Serving Personnel, and their families. For example, only being able to book on an event or course if the user falls within the region or is eligible for a particular programme category is vitally important to giving the best services to their members.

 

David Pring, CEO at JustGo said “It’s been great working with the team at Help for Heroes and learning more about the fantastic work they do. We have enjoyed working closely with the team to ensure JustGo is able to support their needs and promote the programmes they offer to their Veteran and Serving members. I’m delighted that JustGo is capable of fulfilling these requirements and will contribute towards the important role and fantastic work being fulfilled by Help for Heroes.”

 

Sarah Hackett, Head of Sport, Activity and Fellowship at Help for Heroes, said:
“We want to ensure those we support can access our sport, activity and fellowship activities and events as easily as possible. Working with the team at JustGo has allowed us to create a menu of opportunities that will encourage veterans and their families to work towards their personal goals, manage their health and wellbeing, and support connectivity, interests, and aspirations. We’re grateful to JustGo for adapting their platform to suit the needs of the Charity.”

 

Help for Heroes believes those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological wounds. The Charity helps them, and their families, to recover and get on with their lives. It has already supported more than 26,500 people and won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the support they deserve.

 

If you would like to know more about Help for Heroes you can find out more here.

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Community Update

Help for Heroes are live with JustGo

19 January 2022

Help for Heroes are working hard to understand their veteran community and fellowship members’ needs more thoroughly in order to continue offering and improving the programmes and events they run. Through the use of JustGo, and, in particular the new Field Management and Credentials features, Help for Heroes will collect all the information needed at every step of their members’ journey. This ensures the member journey is tailored to the programmes and needs of that member, whilst giving Help for Heroes all the data necessary to help.

 

Help for Heroes are also benefitting from the vast and configurable rules available in JustGo to help ‘restrict’ certain programmes and courses available to Veterans and Serving Personnel, and their families, to those that meet the programmes’ purposes. For example, only being able to book on an event or course if the user falls within the region or is eligible for a particular programme category is vitally important to giving the best services to their members.

 

David Pring, CEO at JustGo said “It’s been great working with the team at Help for Heroes and learning more about the fantastic work they do. We have enjoyed working closely with the team to ensure JustGo is able to support their needs and promote the programmes they offer to their Veteran and Serving members. I’m delighted that JustGo is capable of fulfilling these requirements and will contribute towards the important role and fantastic work being fulfilled by Help for Heroes.”

 

Sarah Hackett, Head of Sport, Activity and Fellowship at Help for Heroes, said:
“We want to ensure those we support can access our sport, activity and fellowship activities and events as easily as possible. Working with the team at JustGo has allowed us to create a menu of opportunities that will encourage veterans and their families to work towards their personal goals, manage their health and wellbeing, and support connectivity, interests, and aspirations. We’re grateful to JustGo for adapting their platform to suit the needs of the Charity.”

 

Help for Heroes believes those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological wounds. The Charity helps them, and their families, to recover and get on with their lives. It has already supported more than 26,500 people and won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the support they deserve.

 

If you would like to know more about Help for Heroes you can find out more here.

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