Nature Freedom Survey

Nature Freedom Survey

Your feedback on how Nature Freedom can help people with disabilities and from all walks of life

Posted on 26.07.2018

This survey will help us build an accepting and inclusive community environment for all of us, through helping our environment, positive experiences and social community engagement. We are looking for your support that help us to grow creating employment opportunities, inclusive and accessible environmental projects and adventures programs for people with disabilities, and from all walks of life.

 

Nature Freedom is an emerging not-for-profit social enterprise organization. Its’ primary aim is to inspire, connect and empower young people aged 18 to 35 years who have disabilities and/or mental health challenges to meaningfully access, participate and become environmental leaders. A core element of Nature Freedom emphasizes personal and professional development through self-discovery, adventures and environmental action.

     

 

 

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