Although designed for anyone to take, Outward Bound programs have the greatest impact for those facing a transition in their life. For some, that might be a career change, a new relationship, adjusting to high school or preparing to graduate. However, many Canadians face difficult transitions of a different kind. These vulnerable populations include veterans struggling with post traumatic stress disorder, women re-building self-confidence after exiting an abusive relationship, Aboriginal youth grappling with their identity while adjusting to high school, or youth at risk lacking direction in their lives and needing to overcome feelings of frustration, anxiety and/or fear.
Supporting those who have experienced trauma or crisis or who otherwise face significant challenge in their lives is at the core of Outward Bound Canada’s mission. Our charitable programs – including our Veterans’, Women of Courage, Aboriginal and Youth-At-Risk Programs – provide participants with the challenges and supports they need to build resilience, helping them to transition from a "place of crisis" to a "position of strength."
To ensure that those who need them most can access our life-changing programs, Outward Bound Canada relies on the generous support of individual donors, corporations, foundations and the incredible efforts of our Reach Beyond Expedition teams. Participants challenge themselves, reach new heights and explore new territory – physically, emotionally and spiritually – while, at the same time, raising funds for Outward Bound’s charitable programs. These unique expeditions offer participants the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others while at the same time experiencing the adventure of a lifetime!
For more information on Reach Beyond expeditions please contact Angus Murray: firstname.lastname@example.org or at 1-888-688-9273 ext. 209.
Congrats to Elena Kataluk, who joined Outward Bound Canada on March's Reach Beyond expedition as the first known Nunavummiut to reach Everest Base Camp! Read the article about Elena's adventure >
Widely considered one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes on earth, “The Land of Fire and Ice” looks like something out of a fairy tale. Black sands, steaming fissures, gleaming glaciers, and hillsides of florescent green moss… this is a land of extremes.
On this expedition you have the chance to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, which, at 19,340ft, is the world’s highest freestanding mountain.Outward Bound Canada’s Reach Beyond Fundraising Expeditions are a unique opportunity for you to achieve something incredible while making a difference in the lives of others.