The Rebecca Day 360 team are preparing for their next Humanitarian Expedition this October, which will be filmed as part of their From Earth to Shelf documentary series.
Rebecca Day 360 scours the globe sourcing ingredients – From Earth to Shelf.
Natural ingredients are gathered at the source of origin by indigenous people and developed and manufactured into products that finance humanitarian projects in the same location.
RD360CIC runs alongside Rebecca Day 360, and its social impact is derived in the following three ways.
Firstly, by training and educating indigenous people in their own environments to look after the land and habitats, how to source, harvest and replant ingredients, thus creating alternative income streams on a sustainable platform that protects both the population and the environment.
Secondly, transitioning wounded and injured British and Commonwealth Veterans who already have a unique skill set and adding to their skills in marine and land management in order to be deployed into our humanitarian projects in remote environments to work with indigenous people, helping them to utilise and protect endangered species and habitats.
And thirdly, connecting with local refugees and learning from them about their cultures and traditions and reconnecting them to their homeland heritage through our humanitarian projects which in turn will also give them an alternative income.
Our next Humanitarian Expedition in October 2022 is in its preparation phase. After contracting the help of Jade Scott to cover all marketing and social media, I thought the best way to fully understand what I do – the ‘What, Why, How’ is to see with her own eyes.
Joining our team for this expedition will be an extreme step out of Jade’s comfort zone and be immersed in all that I do.
My expedition team includes:
- 8 x Sherpas
- 10 x Yaks (Yak train)
- 1 x Gurkha Veteran (mountain warfare specialist)
- 1 x Ken Hames MBE (UKSF Veteran)
- 1 x Royal Marine Extreme medic
- 1 x Royal Navy Veteran (Subs to Mountains)
- 1 x Jade Scott
- 1 x Rebecca Day (me)
Our humanitarian projects outreach has grown due to the extreme hardship and suffering of the mountain people. Many of the children’s parents are illiterate, having never had an education, and it’s only through education that opportunities come.
This is the reason why we are fully supporting the children and Pangboche Basic school located at ASL 4000m which is a high-altitude village. (Ben Nevis summit is only ASL1500m)!
If there are any individuals or companies interested, donations and logo placement is available to sponsor on the Expedition kit. The Expedition will be filmed as part of our Earth to Shelf documentary series.
Sales from Rebecca Day 360 products and collections fund all our humanitarian projects From Earth to Shelf which are available online at www.rebeccaday360.com or at our Showroom: The Barrow Centre, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cremyll, PL10 1HZ.