Snow-Camp narrowly miss out on FIS Snow Kidz Award
After being in the top 8 nominees for the FIS Snow Kidz Award, the British youth charity Snow-Camp narrowly missed out on the prize at the FIS Congress in Korea last week. The recognition from FIS of the charity's work and efforts with the "bringing children to the snow" campaign is great encouragement to keep up the hard work and grow further. Many congratulations to Snow-Camp for getting so far.
Snow-Camp is an innovative youth charity whose work with inner city young people has developed rapidly since being established in Lambeth in 2003. Snow-Camp's unique programmes change the lives of disadvantaged inner city young people by combining snow-sports and intensive youth work to engage, challenge and motivate young people- transforming their attitudes, behaviour and enabling them to develop key life-skills.
Snow-Camp aim to expose young people who would never have the opportunity to ski or snowboard to these experiences in ways that will also benefit their education and personal development.
The charity remains a unique project, as the only charity of its kind, and has developed key partnerships across the ski industry, youth sector and with a wide range of respected funders and supporters.
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