To be a leading Social Enterprise and Centre of Excellence for outdoor learning and adventure
To make a positive difference to the lives of young people, families, volunteers and communities through the provision of accessible and affordable outdoor learning and adventure opportunities
To increase the capacity to deliver activities by developing a strong volunteer programme
To achieve a range of key outcomes relating to life skills and personal development
To provide a wide variety of outdoor activities that are imaginative and challenging and where ‘positive risk taking’ is encouraged
To support key agencies, organisations and groups in Moray to make Scotland a wealthier, fairer, healthier, safer, smarter, stronger and greener society
To build effective long term partnerships with local community organisations, other social enterprises, the local authority and private sector business.
Continuous progress towards being at least 50% financially sustainable
Volunteers skills are enhanced through training and development opportunities and experience is gained through regular contact with young people
The life skills of young people (including leadership, team working, communication, personal planning and taking responsibility) will be enhanced and improved
People will be more active outdoors and consequently healthier in mind and body
Young people will be more engaged in learning
The confidence and self esteem of young people in particular and others supported by the project will be developed and improved
FUNDRAISING AND SUSTAINABILITY
To fulfil our objectives we work hard to raise funds and subsidise our activities. However, to sustain our level of commitment to the communities of Moray we are in constant need of donations from Grant Making Trusts, Corporate Organisations and Private Sponsors.