Taxi charity

The Taxi Charity was deeply saddened to hear of the death of WWII veteran Alan King on 30 December 2021 WWII veteran Alan King, 97, who lived  near Eye in  Suffolk loved attending Taxi Charity trips with his daughter Joyce Cooper. This summer they joined other veterans and charity volunteers at the National Memorial Arboretum…

The Taxi Charity was saddened to hear that veteran Jim Knox had died on Wednesday 29 December Jim Knox, from Upminster, was a much-loved member of the Taxi Charity family who attended many of their events across the UK and the continent. On 2 December, Jim was one of the many veterans  who enjoyed the…

Hounslow resident Rajindar Singh Dhatt will celebrate his 100th birthday on 28 October with his family and friends. Rajinder Singh, one of the few surviving Sikh soldiers who saw action during the Second World War will celebrate his 100 birthday on 28 October. Born in pre-partition India in 1921, Rajindar had almost finished school when…

The Taxi Charity was thrilled to take two Royal Navy veterans to dinner on board HMS Victory on Saturday 9 October. The Taxi Charity accompanied by WWII Royal Navy veterans, Ernie Davies, 96, and Harry Rice, 95, were delighted to be invited to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) Benevolent Fund Dinner on 9 October…

On behalf of Her Majesty The Queen, The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE officially presented  the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service to fifteen voluntary groups including the Taxi Charity for Military Veterans, at Westminster Abbey On 27 September,  Taxi Charity volunteers Ian Parsons and Dick Goodwin,  attended an Honours and Awards Presentation …

97-Year-Old WWII Veteran Jim Knox attended a Taxi Charity Event and surprised everyone when he decided that instead of supporting the younger veterans, he would compete alongside them                   The Taxi Charity for Military Veterans organised an afternoon of Go Karting for younger veterans and invited some…