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Steve's Sponsored Aquabike Sprint

I successfully completed the event! Thanks so much for all your support. It's still not too late to give and support the work of In2Out, so that more lads leaving prison can take their next steps.

Steve Camps | 31 December 2019



Raised out of £ 500.00 target

£ 425.00

Including Gift Aid: £ 492.34
Raised offline: £ 35.00

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Story

When Mark, In2Out's Executive Director, first floated the idea of us both walking the Coast to Coast for In2Out I was immediately ‘up for it’.

As I learnt about the challenge I took a personal inventory to assess whether I could physically make it. Sadly, I had to consider a heart attack 2 and a half years ago that presented major hurdles to my physical and mental health and in the end, with regret, I knew it was a step too far...but for the first time in years I committed to train and enter an event, a Bikathon - think scaled down triathlon without the running element - so I could do my bit.

I have huge admiration for the work of In2Out. The young people they mentor as they leave prison no doubt take their own personal inventories as their release date approaches. In2Out encourages them to set their sights on just the 'next step', however small.

I will complete the Bikathon, one way or the other, despite my setbacks, so that with your support more lads can take their next steps.



In2Out

In2Out works to reduce reoffending by bringing positive change into the lives of young lads leaving custody, the majority aged 15 to 18, but up to 21 years of age, most of whom are returning to the north of England. We do this through one-to-one mentoring, via a network of salaried, regionally focused, Mentor Coordinators, who are supported by volunteer mentors. In the last 5 years In2Out has supported over 350 young people leaving custody.

We are making a difference. The national reoffending rate for 15-18 year olds within 12 months of release from custody is 65%. This is a true reflection of the particular challenges facing this very vulnerable group, and equally the challenges of working with them to affect positive change. In 2018, the reoffending rate for young people working with In2Out was less than 25%.

Registered Charity No.1154984

Recent Donations

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Anonymous

30 July 2019

well done monsieur Camps! from Beth Fletcher

£ 2.00

+ £ 0.50 Gift Aid


Matthew

22 July 2019

Well done Steve!

£ 25.00

+ £ 6.25 Gift Aid


Anonymous

20 July 2019

Nice one Steve ????

£ 20.00

+ £ 5.00 Gift Aid


Heather

19 July 2019

Go Steve!!! ??????

£ 15.00

+ £ 3.75 Gift Aid


Anonymous

19 July 2019

£ 50.00


Nick

19 July 2019

Remember to enjoy it!

£ 30.00

+ £ 7.50 Gift Aid


Michael

16 July 2019

Good on you

£ 20.00

+ £ 5.00 Gift Aid


David

16 July 2019

Sounds like a great cause Steve. Well done, pal.

£ 20.00

+ £ 5.00 Gift Aid


Jim

15 July 2019

Go for it Steve, hope you really enjoy the event

£ 10.00

+ £ 2.50 Gift Aid


David

10 July 2019

Hope it goes well Steve. Maybe we'll get to do that Great North Swim someday!

£ 30.00

+ £ 7.50 Gift Aid


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