Frequently Asked Questions
The Quest Collective is a social enterprise because our core intention is to enrichen and transform the lives of each person that attends one of our programs or events, this we believe can help lead to a more wholehearted LGBTQ+ community. All profits from our activities are reinvested in the organisation, which help us offer more bursary places on our fee-paying programs.
No. Many of the people who have attended our programmes or events go on to develop new friendships with each other. As such, a community of gay, bi and queer men who are interested in living an integrated and fulfilling life is gradually being formed.
Our mission and our intention is to appeal to and cater for the most diverse groupings of gay, bi and queer men possible. We purposely encourage gay, bi and queer men from all backgrounds to attend.
Our activities that cater to the gay, bi, queer population attract those from a broad range of backgrounds and life experiences.
We do offer free in-person events, like ‘The Quest T-Party’ and online events like ‘Quest Wednesday’ or ‘Quest Mosaic’. For The Quest Programme or workshops based on the research of Brené Brown a registration fee is required to cover facilitation, venue, light refreshments, materials, and administration.
Yes, we always offer bursaries to people who cannot afford the other registration rates. We ask people to contact us directly to discuss this.
Ade and Darren are both qualified and experienced coaches and certified facilitators.