MUST READ: “There not there” Armistice project 2018


It has been my privilege to lead our nation’s finest warriors and I believe it is our duty to remember each and every hero who sacrificed their life for our country. I am extremely proud to support There But Not There, a nationwide tribute commemorating the centenary of World War One and raising money for today’s Veterans. It is my honor to support this project, not only remember the more than 100,000 Americans lost in WWI, but to help veterans who need it today.

General Stanley A. McChrystal

There But Not There is the 2018 Armistice project for the British charity Remembered. As There But Not There has launched around the world, their Soldier Silhouettes, which are made by veterans in the UK, have been seen in some iconic locations and purchased by communities across The Commonwealth, USA and Great Britain.

Remembered aims to:

  • Commemorate the Fallen through installations of Soldier Silhouettes.
  • Educate all generations about why they made the ultimate sacrifice.
  • Raise substantial funds through sales of our 10-inch Soldier Silhouettes to help those suffering from the mental and physical wounds of their service.

The funds raised through the sales of the Soldier Silhouette figures will contribute directly to the work of the following charities:

The Invictus Games Foundation

The Royal Foundation

Walking With The Wounded

Combat Stress

Help for Heroes

Project Equinox: Housing Veterans and Medical Students

Image: The inspiration for “There but Not There”