Other Ways to Support
There are many ways you can support Climbing Out!
Spread the word
One of the biggest challenges we face is reaching the people that need our programmes most.
So, if you know of anyone that might benefit or you know or work with an organisation that might be able refer people onto our programmes, please spread the word! The more people that know about us, the more chance we have of reaching the people that really need our support.
"The friendship, encouragement, support and teamwork has been such a special thing for me…..the biggest learning for me has been that I’m more capable than I think, or that people let me be…..Climbing Out has been the catalyst I needed to start taking control of my life."
If you are a club, organisation or charity that work with people facing mental or physical trauma, please keep Climbing Out in mind and think about referring anyone that might benefit. The process is simple and straightforward and Kelda will always be happy to chat things through with you and explain how it all works. Click here to contact Kelda or Jo via our contact form.
"You may have spent a lifetime telling yourself you can't, Climbing Out will arm you with the tools to make you say 'I Can'."
If you might benefit from taking part yourself, or you know of a friend, family member of colleague who might, we’d love to hear from you too.
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Climbing Out is always keen to form partnerships with corporate companies looking to fulfil their Corporate Social Responsibility.
If you are interested in discussing partnership opportunities please contact Kelda by clicking the button below:
“What Kelda offers is outside of many of the transition offerings that my clients have tried. Kelda gets together a group of veterans and civilians who all have had similar experiences. Having addressed her own challenges she is able to share what she has learned and how to build mental resilience. This appeals to my clients because it is informal, outdoors and realises the importance of the camaraderie of the group. However, by getting together veterans and civilians, Kelda is also breaking down many of the barriers that my clients face in seeing themselves as separate / different to civilians, they’ve all faced their own challenges regardless of background; they are all in it together and that makes a huge difference, described by one client as “life changing”.
-Louise Howard, Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors