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To deliver inspiration, create greater inclusion and to influence in the areas of self-harm, depression,  and mental wellness at the highest level in order to improve the vital support for young people experiencing trauma in their lives.
Website funding is kindly gifted by British Airways Copyright 2015 Phil Packer. All Rights Reserved. 0808 808 2008 0800 068 41 41 Website by QUIRKIE Contact 03001233393

In 2010, in addition to supporting the wounded, he turned his attention and main focus to supporting young people who face Adversity. To continue his physical challenges and to inspire young people, he climbed the 3 Peaks in 72 hours for Sport Relief with BBC Presenter, Kate Silverton and was joined on Mount Snowdon by Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Clive Woodward. This became the feature for the BBC Inside Sport Documentary "A Major Mountain to Climb" that followed his journey. He then completed his biggest challenge; the opportunity to bring charities together and raise awareness of numerous disabilities, deprivation and medical conditions. On the 25th/26th April 2010, Phil smashed his 14-day London Marathon time and completed the Virgin London Marathon in 26 hours for 26 charities, walking each mile with a young person from each of the charities.