Our three founding volunteers have all been police checked under Spanish jurisdiction, certificates can be supplied on request. One of our volunteers Stephen Nash BHMA has years of experience dealing with mental health clients and is a retired Shiatsu therapist.
Any new volunteer applicants will also be police checked and references will be necessary.
At present our Camino journeys will be on a one-to-one basis.
All applicants to Show me the Way will also need to supply present and past medication history as well as a letter from a suitably qualified person that they are both physically and mentally able to attempt a walk of this duration.
All of our expeditions will be fully supported by at least one first aid qualified volunteer and a fully equipped support vehicle will never be more than 20km away.
Both volunteers and successful applicants will be medically insured and Show me the Way will carry Public Liability Insurance.
All donations received by the charity will go direct to its PayPal Charity account or direct to N26 business account details on request.
All donations received will be utilised solely for the purpose of funding the adventures on the Camino de Santiago, there are no paid volunteers within the realms of this charity although volunteers accommodation costs are covered during the duration of each expedition.
End of year accounts will be available on request once approved by our legal representatives.