Special Relationship forged between Climbing Out and The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT)
We are thrilled that Kelda Wood MBE, Founder and Director of Climbing Out, is supporting BRIT through a special relationship between our charities and we are delighted to champion their tremendous work to rebuild confidence, self-esteem and motivation for people facing life-changing injury, illness or trauma.
Through the delivery of their programmes, Climbing Out offers a wide range of outdoor activities including climbing, gorge scrambling, kayaking, hill walking, abseiling and raft building. All the activities are adapted to meet the needs and capabilities of individual participants. The 5 day programmes then combine the activities with mental resilience coaching to give participants the tools to accept the past, move forwards in life and deal with challenges they may face in the future.
The social element of the programmes has also proved to be incredibly important, providing the participants with the chance to socialise and build a long-term network of friendship and support.
Their programmes offer support to a wide range of people including;
Members of the Police, Fire and Ambulance Services
Individuals going through abuse or bullying
People with acquired disabilities
Members of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces (including Veterans)
Survivors of terrorism or crime
Members of the NHS
Those suffering with PTSD
The programmes are fully funded and available to anyone aged 18yrs and over who’s been through a life changing injury, illness or trauma.
We are honoured to have a special relationship with Climbing Out.
“We are extremely proud of the special relationship that is being forged between Climbing Out and The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT). Both charities are delighted to be supporting each other’s vital work.
Our vision is to rebuild confidence, self-esteem and motivation for people facing life-changing injury, illness or trauma. BRIT understands what we are striving to achieve and through our special relationship and proactive collaboration, we are thrilled that they will promote and champion Climbing Out so that students and young adults, at university or college, who have acquired disabilities, are going through abuse or bullying, are cancer survivors or suffering with PTSD, are aware of the opportunity to attend our programmes.”
Kelda Wood MBE
Founder and Director
For more information on Climbing Out, please visit their website.