“Keep close to Nature's heart... and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” ~ John Muir
In 2018 we started our community projects as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility programme. Our aim is to bring those who may not be able to experience the benefits of the mountains and the outdoors, to Italy.
We aim to ensure that we conduct our business in a way that is ethical. This means taking into account our social, economic and environmental influence.
We will work in partnership with local communities and charities who share the same ethos.
We will consider our environmental impact and look at ways of protecting the land that we use for our adventures.
We will adopt CSR as an integral part of our day-to-day operations and make it a critical component to our organization's operating sense of purpose.
We are focussing on the long-term creation of our company and building a reputation as a responsible Outdoor Adventure Club.
We want to encourage those who join us to overcome their fears, to express themselves, to trust and respect others.
Outdoor endeavours can be a turning point for estranged and forgotten people of all ages to take control of their lives.
We seek to help remove the stigma around mental health, and are developing outdoor programmes to fill the needs of the mental health sector, like outdoor rehabilitative retreats and adaptive sports. We are offering to do this in a unique setting that many will not have the opportunity to experience. It is well known that physical activity performed in an outdoor environment improves both physiological and psychological wellbeing. Exposure to the great outdoors can be used as a powerful tool to help against the rising incidence of mental health conditions that in some cases can lead to wider social consequences.
We create outdoor challenges for young people who are, or are becoming removed from education. Adapted from a range of skills, we use all kinds of activities from rock climbing and canyoning to connect, challenge and inspire. There is substantial evidence indicating that participants regain their confidence and self-esteem, and upon reflection understand the advantages of reconnecting with their education.
YOUNG CARERS Children who look after someone with a disability or long-term illness. The person they care for may have mental health problems through natural cognitive degradation, or drug and alcohol misuse. With numerous adult responsibilities, young carers often miss out on life opportunities. These children can become isolated, with no relief from the stresses at home. They are often afraid to ask for help, as they fear letting the family down or being taken into care. We want to provide an opportunity for young carers to have a break from their caring responsibilities and spend time with others who share similar experiences.
PHYSICAL DISABILITIES Nearly everyone faces hardships and difficulties at one time or another and adapting to life with a disability can be one of the toughest transitions. There are many things you can do to improve your independence, sense of self, and outlook. No matter what your disability, it’s possible to overcome the challenges you face and enjoy a rewarding life. Whether its visual impairment, deafness or limb amputations, we would like to encourage and support you in joining us on one of our adventures.
MENTAL HEALTH There is something about nature that can put your mind at ease. Whether it’s the fresh air, the sound of cascading water, the humbling feeling of looking out over a vast landscape, or the camaraderie amongst your peers, the great outdoors can be a powerful and restorative place.
LONELINESS & SOCIAL ISOLATION Changes to the way we connect socially and an ageing and more transient population are some of reasons why there are more lonely people now. Tackling social isolation and loneliness is not currently a priority for service providers, but it is crucial if we are to end social exclusion. Whether it’s living on low income, being part of a minority group or bereavement, we want to help connect people with each other and with nature.
No Boundaries. No Limits of self. No exclusion of others. No boundaries of self, of others. No Boundaries
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No Boundaries Limited
Ground Floor, 2 Woodberry Grove N12 0DR London Incorporated in England and Wales Company number 10730963