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Outfit Moray is an outdoor learning and adventure charity, providing life-changing adventures to vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in Moray. Founded in 2003, we have worked with over 15,000 young people; actively developing their potential and helping shape their future lives by building confidence, self-esteem and resilience. We do this by providing positive role models and encouraging the acquisition of life skills and new experiences through challenge and positive risk taking through activities such as abseiling, rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, canoeing, coasteering, archery, gorge walking, stand up paddle boarding and much more. We also provide holiday and respite weeks for local vulnerable groups, as well as activity days for local schools and youth groups.
Using the local breath-taking environment as our classroom and playground we are able to actively develop the potential of these young people and help shape their future lives by increasing their self-confidence and self-esteem.
Outfit Moray is an award-winning charity and social enterprise delivering outdoor learning and adventure activity programmes, transforming the lives of young people in Moray
Founded in 2003, we have worked with over 15,000 children and young people; building confidence, self-esteem and resilience, providing positive role models and encouraging the acquisition of life skills and new experiences through challenge and positive risk taking.
We are a visionary, ambitious and passionate organisation committed to making a difference to the lives of others and particularly those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.
The Outfit Moray team are instructors and educators with a significant and broad range of skills and experience. We pride ourselves in holding the highest level of qualifications for every aspect of what we deliver; from the adventure activities we offer, to our expertise in social and environmental science, education, leadership and management, social enterprise, fundraising and event management.
We work with individuals and small groups never exceeding a ratio of one adult to eight young people. On our holiday and respite weeks we have adult mentors who work with vulnerable children where this ratio increases.
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