Strategic Partnerships

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS
2019 To engage over 5,000 girls and young women over a two-year period from London’s most disadvantaged areas (and who are at risk of falling into serious youth violence) in physical activity resulting in sustained behaviour-change to being more physically active. £820,000
2019 Towards inspiring 1,500 BAME children and young people to become more active and playing new sports by engaging 10 faith centres in selected Asian, African and Caribbean communities in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Slough. £327,000
2019 Towards expanding StreetGames' Doorstep Sport programme for 2,000 12–20 year olds into three new cluster areas - Newcastle, Liverpool and Merthyr Tydfil— and enable the establishment of five new year-round, activity programmes in each of the areas. £205,950
2019 Towards engaging Park Champions to drive activity in facilities and parks to get up to 4,500 members of inactive communities more active using cricket pitches and park settings for cricket and fitness-based activity. £290,000
2018 A three year programme that will deliver four new BMX tracks and clubs (two in Bristol and one each in Oxford and Manchester) and support a network of 50 clubs nationally to engage at least 6,000 young people in cycling activities. £845,000
2018 Working in partnership with Activity Alliance, Sporta, GLL and others, to enhance access to swimming at 20 pools across the UK through the provision of PoolPods, training and accessible swimming programmes. A PoolPod is a sliding, submersible platform designed to provide those with mobility limitations with a dignified access to swimming pools. They were created with support from The Trust as part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics. £750,000
2018 A grant to inspire physical activity to be distrirbuted to projects across South Northamptonshire and Aylesbury Vale District Council area by Northamptonshire Community Foundation. The fund will provide a series of small grants of up to £20,000 to organisations that deliver the greatest possible impact for children, young people and those who are less likely to be active. £250,000
2018 A programme to get 5,000 young people aged 14-24 to be more active, targeting those living in areas of high deprivation in London and Surrey. The funding will enable young people to participate in team sports and nutrition programmes and to make a permanent shift towards living an active and healthy lifestyle. £500,000
2018 A two year programme to get more women and girls into physical activity. Sported will work with 380 clubs and groups across the UK to reduce barriers to participation for women and girls and also develop a network of 80 clubs across England that are committed to sharing learning about strategies for increasing the number of female participants. £244,000
2018 A programme to expand Our Parks' free or low-cost outdoor exercise programme of boxing, dance classes, basketball and more into every London Borough to attract another 17,000 people into exercise each year, particularly those who are currently inactive. £200,000
2018 A programme to significantly expand Good Gym's workplace-based initiatives across London, which encourage employees to get away from their desks and combine running or walking with volunteering in the local community. £100,000
2018 Towards core funding for The Running Charity. £10,000
2017 An innovative Active Spaces partnership with Fields in Trust to safeguard the future of green spaces across the UK and to encourage people, particularly the most inactive communities, to participate in physical activity, sport and play. £684,548
    £5,226,498