11th April 2022
The charity that helps inner-city kids is running its first residential course out in the Alps since before Covid-19 struck. It has been a huge task to organise and now the rewards are being reaped. NEW
130 young people from the snow-camp programmes in London, the Midlands, the North-West and Scotland are in Passo Tonale in Italy for the charity’s first residential course in over 2 years.
“It’s great to be back, and the young people are straight into lessons and have a bluebird day for their first ever day in the mountains,” said the founder and director of snow-camp, Dan Charlish.
“This has been a huge effort to pull off, we are delighted to be out there,” Dan added.
The charity Snow-Camp offers disadvantaged youth aged between 13 and 25 the opportunity to participate in snowsports, complete courses, and it provides mental health support to those who need it.
For a look at the work of snow-camp see this earlier PlanetSKI article as our reporter Justine Gosling attended one of its main fund-raising events, The AJ Bell Crans-Montana Marathon, held in Crans-Montana in Switzerland back in February.
She spoke to one of the charity’s graduates, Elisha Davenport, at the event.
And for more information on Passo Tonale, PlanetSKI’s Ian Davis reported from the resort back in January.
We’ll be getting some updates from the course across this week so do check back…
This article was originally published by Planetski.eu. Read the original article here.