Working Closely with Young Adults
While we work organising groups of young people to go on trips and to become involved in activities such as outward bound and urban-based challenges, we also have a focus on individual needs.
This is what we do
Working closely with the people we support, we help them identify the kinds of interests they have which they can develop.
Giving them these opportunities helps their personal growth and development, but can also offer them channels through which they can eventually develop career skills.
Everyone is different, and at the same time we want to help vulnerable young adults become a part of society, we also want to celebrate their individuality.
With sponsorship and support of agencies, businesses, stakeholders and others, we offer young people a unique opportunity to become who they truly should be.
Can you help?
We’re looking to match people with placements and opportunities connected with their interests.
We cannot do this without the support of local communities, organisations and philanthropic businesses.
If you want to give something back to your community, help us help young people become a proper part of it.
Please contact us to find out more.
Adventure and Activities for Young Adults
For many vulnerable young people, life already feels challenging.
We can help them connect with a different kind of world, with different kinds of challenges, taking them away from their daily concerns, helping them develop personal skills that will be of value to them for years to come.
Skills for life come from putting yourself in different situations, but where you get the right support and encouragement to learn more about yourself and the world.
This is what we do for the young adults we work with. We offer them fresh surroundings and new faces, and challenges that will help them develop a mindset fit for the future.
Challenge the Wild
This organisation offers a range of outward bound challenges for young people. These include multi-activity outdoor challenges across the UK and abroad. Survive the Wild challenges include activities like climbing, abseiling, zip wires and team tasks.
In addition, there are urban challenges, bringing young people face to face with aspects of the city outside their comfort zone.
Finally, there are also opportunities to organise bespoke events, which can work well as ways of getting young adults involved in different situations where they build relationships and their own self-esteem and the confidence to tackle new things.
Do you know someone looking for this kind of support and inspiration?
Whether you’re an agency, a local authority, a local community organisation, if you know someone who can benefit from our help, we’d like to hear from you.
Please contact us, and let’s make positive things happen.