This year we faced a challenge like no other. Towards the end of the programme year, and for the first time in Snow-Camp history, the emergence of Covid-19 lead to the pause of all programmes running at that time. Although the pandemic made it impossible to continue to come together at snow centres to deliver our programmes, and led to all our staff working from home, it did not mean the closure of our support to young people. As a team we are proud to have continued working throughout this challenging period, adapting quickly to ensure we are doing everything we can to help young people at this time.
Our Uplift mental health programme has also come into its own, expanding to provide many more one-to-one and group counselling sessions for young people, as well as delivering workshops on a range of challenges being faced by young people at the moment, including loneliness, anxiety and sleep patterns. All of which is highlighted in this year’s 2019/20 Annual Review.
Despite these challenges, we are proud that throughout 2019/20 we have been able to support 943 young people and partner with 83 youth organisations. And there have been many positive outcomes and success stories, some of which we are pleased to share with you in our Annual Review.
It’s been a busy year for the whole team at Snow-Camp and looking ahead there are already many positive plans in place for 2021/21. But before we launch ahead with those, this is a good opportunity to pause for a moment and look back at the progress that has been made over the year and some of the young lives we have been able to positively impact. And as always, on every page and alongside every positive impact, we see the huge range of support we receive from so many amazing partners, individuals, youth projects, companies, trusts and foundations who believe in our vision and want us to succeed. Thank you.
Click on the image below to read our 2019/20 Annual Review!