Posts bySandra Davey

‘Tunnocks Crosses the Miles with Smiles’

Air Traffic Controllers in Oman benefitted from the continuing generosity of Tunnocks of Uddingston, as they tucked into some caramel wafers which were part of a recent consignment for overseas troops, which is part of the ongoing support provided by the company to ‘SOS’.   SAC Read More

Grrrreat Donation from Bear and Urban Fruit

A huge thank you to Bear and Urban Fruit who have very kindly donated a heap of goodies to send in our morale boxes. When hearing what the charity does for the troops they were keen to lend their support and a donation was soon received. Read More

South Pennines letters

Dear Chris, You recently sent a number of welfare boxes to myself for distribution to my guys at 904 Expeditionary Air Wing. I thought it worthwhile to drop you a quick line to thank you for your efforts in coordinating this special service. Food out Read More


Sponsored Walk of Hadrian’s Wall

In June 2013, young William Brummette(15) of London, along with his parents, Donna & Jeff, and  friends undertook a sponsored walk of Hadrian’s Wall principally to kickstart his special project to attain his Eagle Scout Badge (US equivalent of our Queens Scout Badge) to  raise funds for our Read More


Heathrow – Christmas 2013 Thanks to everyone’s generosity I was overwhelmed with boxes again and was struggling to get in and out of the house! How many boxes can you get in to a Ford Fiesta?  Thanks to staff at HMP The Mount, I think Read More


I am writing to you on behalf of UK Medical Group to thank you for all the hard work and support you are giving the troops. We are grateful for the items that you have sent out to us. The stuff you send us boosts Read More

Gareth Davies


On Sunday 13th April, Flt Sgt Gareth Davies, Brize Norton chief PTI, will be undertaking the 26 miles of the London Marathon on SOS’s behalf. Gareth is an inspirational and committed supporter of the charity. Please show your support by visiting his just giving page. or Read More


Our names are Lynne and Richard Hockey and we are Area Co-ordinators (ACs) for Caldicot and surrounding areas in South Wales (including Cardiff and the valleys). We became involved with SOS in 2009 when 2 of our nephews serving with the 1st Royal Welsh went Read More


A little bit about me, I am 55 and live on the English/Welsh border in Chepstow and this is my 8th year supporting and working with SOS, and  I enjoy every minute. I have 4 daughters and 3 wonderful grandchildren. My late husband served 23 Read More


2013 started rather differently for SOS Cumbria, I was given the task of Merchandise Coordinator, I looked forward to the challenge and promptly got my parents involved in the running and upkeep of the unit in which all SOS merchandise was to be stored, and Read More