We are a social enterprise that has been established by service personnel to give those that have served their country the opportunity to continue serving their communities.
Our aim is to employ veterans from across the globe; using their inspirational skills to help less fortunate people within our society to get their life back, and to achieve a renewed and reinvigorated purpose. Our events and activities are also designed to inspire and develop leadership skills in the corporate sector, with a distinct focus on moral courage and leadership. BackOutThere pursues the following empowering principles:
Explore: BackOutThere is about exploring the world, meeting new people, and includes physical, spiritual and emotional exploration. The rewards are friendships, memories and experiences that enhance life.
Courage: we believe in doing the right thing; moral courage and the confidence to step into the unknown and make a difference to the world around us, regardless of ability or experience.
Connection: Invigorating the positive nature of global bonds and brotherhood to inspire friendships and connections that instill a sense of confidence.
Achievement: we want to demonstrate positive achievement through adversity and make people aware of life's possibilities.
Passion: we believes in putting heart and soul into life, to make it count: be passionate and enthuse others.
Faith: we encourage people to have faith in themselves and believe in something wider, be that communities, ideas, or other people.
Patience: we promote patience with ones self, strangers, family and friends.
Support: an understanding and inclusive organisation.
BackOutThere aims to:
- BackOutThere starts with focusing on the veteran in his or her own community. We support them in working out where they want to go in life and what they can achieve rather than focus on limitations.
Established: October 2012
Board members: 3
Part time staff: 10
Phone number: 0131 208 1664
Address: 8 The Maltings Haddington East Lothian EH41 4EFView charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website
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