Rob Greaves is the man behind the idea that has become Armed Forces T-Shirt Day.

After 25 years serving in the British Army, Rob feels passionately about doing what he can for veterans and the bereaved. In support of Scotty’s Little Soldiers, this year's chosen charity, Rob wants to help them ensure the very best support remains available to bereaved military children. Donate and wear a T-Shirt on 1st September!

Sarah Brooks joined us in 2022 to support with managing our social media content and community.

She is proud to support AFTD in memory of her grandfather Ted who served in WWll as a bren gun operator, landing in Europe on D-Day +7 and went on to liberate Belsen Concentration Camp. 

Steve Brown is the Creative Lead behind AFTD messaging, graphic design, branding & this website. 

Steve's mother is a Family Therapist who helped forces personnel re-adjust to civilian life and he is very pleased to be able to help Rob to help other veterans by adding targeted design to his worthwhile vision.

Richard 'Dicky' Davis is the AFTD Events Manager who will be deploying our new annual meet-ups.

Richard recently retired from 32 years combined service in the Royal Air Force and Gloucestershire Police. Proud to be a part of the AFTD team helping our veterans and their families when they need us most.

Keith Jenns is the main sponsor of AFTD & Founder of NBF Alpine Adventures Ltd.

We are so proud to be supporting this campaign to recognise the work that Scotty's Little Soldiers do to help our warriors' bereaved children.

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