close search

Active Outdoor Well-Being project

Impact data and claims within this report are provided by the project creator and have not been independently verified by Spacehive.

Active Outdoor Well-Being project

WinG Outdoor Activities By WinG Outdoor Activities

Active Outdoor Well-Being project will provide stimulating outdoor activities for adults to improve their mental, physical and social health. We will help people grow, learn and connect using nature.

Byker Fundraising stage

0
backers
£0
pledged of £10,996
67
days left

We will deliver a 26 week programme over 3 years for adults in need to overcome their mental health issues using our range of engaging outdoor activities. We will offer this programme free of service to help an increasing and alarming number of people in our community suffering for poor mental health. We will use our outdoor activities as a healing process for people. We will help people to learn, connect with others, enhance their confidence, be active and develop a sense of hope and opportunity. Our Active Well-Being project will offer a range of engaging active outdoor activities. This will include, canoeing, cycling, hill walks, woodland crafting and cooking and rock climbing. Within these activities are opportunities for people to learn specific skills and gain recognised skills. Furthermore, the combination of being active within a natural setting, socially bonding in small groups and developing skills will greatly assist in improving participant's mental health.

What we'll deliver:

  • Deliver 26 outdoor well-being sessions each year for 3 years
  • Deliver recognised Skills courses for people to gain certificates
  • Deliver a community planned residential trip to enhance people's personal and social skills
  • Provide all specialist outdoor equipment, transport and resources free of charge
  • Provide opportunities for participants to become peer mentors and volunteering opportunities

Why it's a great idea:

The benefits our project will bring include, developing people's mental, social and physical health. We will give people positive, healthy, social and active experiences. This will positively impact on people's well-being. We know from feedback, official social data and community information there is a significant social, economic and emotional challenge to people in our community. This is having a negative impact on their emotional well-being and in turn their physical health. People in our community are struggling to get professional help, services and support. We know from feedback that some people are desperate to obtain a fulfilling life and are need to access positive experiences. In some circumstances people have resorted to self-harm and indeed suicide. The North East of England has some of the highest rates of suicide in England and is consistently increasing year on year. Our programme is based on years of delivery within the Tyne and Wear area. We know it works.

Steps to get it done:

  • Deliver a 26 week Active Well-Being programme
  • Deliver two outdoor themed Skills courses
  • Engage with up to 8 people per activity day
  • Provide volunteering opportunities for up to 10 people
  • Purchase plants and trees to improve our wildlife site
  • Network and engage with wide range of partners throughout Tyne and Wear

The Active Well-Being project is regarded as the medicine you can't get from your Doctor. It is a non-medical intervention that provides organised, active and social services to people who would not normally get the opportunity to access due to cost, resources, skills or confidence. We know from many years of delivery the positive impact we have on people and help them on their personal journey to leading a positive, healthy and meaningful life. We help people gain a sense of hope and achievement. People will grow and develop using the natural environment. Thus people's community and society will also benefit.

Location Byker

About the space

Custom Location

Council

North Tyneside Council

How will the money be spent?Total £10,996

Instructor / staff fees - £5,200 (47%)
Vechicle costs - £1,560 (14%)
Residential group development activity - £1,200 (11%)
Public Liability insurance - £500 (5%)
Volunteering expenses - £400 (4%)
Equpment security storage - £250 (2%)
I.T. / Website - £200 (2%)
Vehicle insurance - £200 (2%)
10% contingency - £176 (2%)
Skills course applicant fee - £160 (1%)
Other - £1,150 (10%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. These costs have been confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified.

47%
Instructor / staff fees
£5,200
14%
Vechicle costs
£1,560
11%
Residential group development activity
£1,200
5%
Public Liability insurance
£500
4%
Volunteering expenses
£400
2%
Equpment security storage
£250
2%
I.T. / Website
£200
2%
Vehicle insurance
£200
2%
10% contingency
£176
1%
Skills course applicant fee
£160
10%
Other Read More
£1,150
  • Spacehive fees
    £504
  • Transaction fees
    £320
  • Skills course licence fee
    £125
  • VAT
    £101
  • Marketing & Promotion
    £50
  • Stationery and Printing
    £50

Overfunding

This project is enabled for overfunding. If the project hits its funding goal before the end of the campaign period, any extra funds raised will be spent (in order of priority) on:

  • Contingency for the project to protect against price fluctuation

Total £10,996

Our Volunteer List

We're currently looking for people to offer skills and time to develop our project! Check out the list of what we need below and then use the 'Volunteer' button to the right to get involved.

Want to help?

Do you have stuff or skills to contribute to this project? Use this tool to offer something to the project creator.

Volunteer
{{comment.UserName}} Creator Backer
{{comment.Comment}}
{{comment.Comment}}
{{reply.UserName}} Creator Backer
{{reply.Comment}}
{{reply.Comment}}