Not a long time has passed when a short film by BBC criticized the deeds of the Help for Heroes, the Sun-backed charity. Now, it was time for the charity to give back answer to BBC people.
The BBC report had alleged that the charity does not take any interest in treating people and prefers to spend money on buildings. However, on the other hand, founder of the charity Bryn Parry was of the view that they are quite disheartened to know about the things that has been shown against them.
Parry further affirmed that their charity has helped people in one or the other way. They have worked hard to raise the level of the organization and their efforts have helped them to raise £141million. It would not be wrong to say that their charity has helped all those people, who have levied allegations on them.
"We have been fiercely independent of the Government. We want the best for our blokes. The Government and the NHS must be responsible for providing prosthetics, not charity", said Parry, while explaining what is needed from the authorities concerned and from people. It seems that the defense being given by Parry would surely work.
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