"This camp was such a wonderful, emotional and uplifting time in our lives. We are so grateful for the work that you do and inspire so many people to take a different path and move forward to a better place. From the first day we felt that this experience was a journey not to be forgotten and felt like a new beginning about to ignite in us all. Jill and Karen radiate the love and passion of the work that they do and I felt a real connection with them both. All of the mums brought a special story to the inner circle and I felt truly blessed to be part of it. Seeing our son leave as a boy and come back as a Young Man was such a gift not only to him but to his father too. To share that special time together with such an amazing group of men has brought an inner peace to them both. A memory that will be forever in my soul along with the singing and stillness of nature as they returned. I am looking forward to a greater understanding of not only myself but the wonderful men in my life."
"The pace of life just seems to get faster and faster. In this time poor world, where is the place for my relationship with my son? How do we talk about the things we need to talk about? How can I help him move from boy to man? When I looked honestly, I found I did not have the means to truly begin this process...I kept kidding myself I was there for him. Through the Rite of passage program, the barriers to connection, communication, love and so many other things were opened to me and my son. The dedicated team led him through a “Rite of Passage”, sensitively moving him from boy to young man. I recommend this program to Fathers and Sons without reservation. It is professionally run and safe. It is excellent value for money. It is also a lot of fun."
“The Rites of Passage camp ... provided a safe and open environment for father and son to reconnect away from the busy and hectic day to day life, which often gets in the way of being able to discuss ... what becoming a man actually means. You both have the opportunity to meet other boys at a similar stage in their life, and their fathers, and learn from the life experiences and relationships they have developed as men. The camp and the experience it provides is as much for the fathers as it is for the boys and can change lives. I would strongly encourage families to consider this opportunity"