Current Endeavours

Find out more about the Endeavours which are currently running and helping members of the WIS community from around the UK to use sport and adventurous challenge to aid their recovery.


Deptherapy

Deep sea scuba diving

  Deptherapy is a charity which aims to rehabilitate wounded, injured and sick (WIS) through the medium of specifically designed SCUBA programmes, predominantly conducting training in the Red Sea twice…

Microlight Air Experience Days

Flying For Freedom create opportunities for wounded, injured and sick veterans to take part in post-recovery flying activities. Through Microlight flying training, they support veterans with their recovery and rehabilitation.…

Climb 2 Recovery

Become a qualified climbing instructor

This year Climb 2 Recovery will be recruiting 18 new members from the WIS community who will all have the opportunity to work towards the climbing instructor qualification. Successful applicants…

Fitness and Yoga Sessions

Connecting mental and physical fitness

Combat Stress is the UK’s leading mental health charity for former servicemen and women. In addition to a 24-hour Helpline and community mental health services, Combat Stress runs a range…

Walk of America 2018

1200 mile walk across America

  In 2018, Walking With The Wounded will undertake its 2nd largest expedition yet, The Walk of America. The walk will see a team of 3 x UK and 3…

Team Endeavour Racing 2018

Not the Thundercats you're thinking of

Team Endeavour Racing is going from strength to strength as it heads into its fourth year supporting the WIS community. Using entry-level power boating (Thundercat Racing) it is able to…

turn to starboard

Turn to Starboard

Using sailing to help wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women move beyond injury

Turn to Starboard is a registered charity which uses sail training to support Armed Forces personnel who have been affected by military operations. TTS helps retired and serving personnel and…

Team Endeavour Running Club

Running for Recovery

After serious injury whilst serving in Iraq, Karl Hinett discovered that a huge part of his recovery and both physical and mental wellbeing was found in running. “Long distances became…

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