Committee of trustees.

There are 8 committee members of Models for Heroes. All dedicated to further the charitable aims of Models for Heroes and ensure good, proper and transparent governance of the charity in accordance to The Charities Commission guidance (CC3). 

The committee would like to thank the public, the modelling community, and our sponsors without which we would not be able to provide for our bravest.

Malcolm Linton-Auteis Trustee
Damian Gevertz Secretary
Colin Patterson Trustee
Dave Oliver Trustee
Keith Hawkins Trustee, Health & Safety Manager
Nicholas Mowbray Trustee
Caroline Childs Treasurer, Data Protection Officer
Malcolm Childs Chairman

Volunteers and fundraisers

We get a lot of offers of help and assistance.   One way to help is to share our cause with your peers on forums, facebook or at your local model club night. The most forfilling way to help is to offer your time to teach some new modellers and join our volunteer team. Models for Heroes employ best practice for volunteers provided by the IIV &  NCVO.  We also provide our volunteers with a 2 day Armed forces mental health First aid course for free on RAF Benson, certified by MHFAEngland
Go to our Volunteering page for more information.


At 33, Mark Stonelake has served in the 29th Commando Regiment of the Royal artillery and has fronted the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal delivering the first poppy of the year to 10 Downing Street. He has also competed in the Invictus Games which was set up by Prince Harry for Injured forces personnel which aids in the recovery process through sport.  Mark is now a Support Worker and works to encourage good mental health in Plymouth.

“When Malcolm asked me to be an ambassador for Models For Heroes it was a huge honour. The work they do for people going through a hard time is exceptional. The reviews of anyone who has given scale modelling a go is a positive one and has been a project that they have really enjoyed taking part in. I am excited to see where this great charity with go from here as it expands and we get the word out to more veterans that maybe going through a bad time. Anyone who is suffering with PTSD anxiety,stress or spinal injuries,i would ask you just to come and give it a go, this maybe something that helps you and you really enjoy."

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