Sport - Projects
The world-renowned home of English football has been transformed into a 21st century stadium, providing fans and players with a place for dreams to come true.
Fight For Peace
Fight for Peace is working with young people in London to provide them with skills for the future and reduce levels of youth violence and crime in communities.
This Girl Can
This Girl Can is a sassy celebration of active women everywhere, it features everyday women and girls who have overcome their fears of being judged and found their own way of being physically active.
Back into sport
Rotherham United's Back into Sport reaches out to members of the black and ethnic minority community to encourage them to take up sport and physical activities.
The Granite City Guerillas
The Granite City Guerrillas' use dodgeball to encourage the Aberdeenshire community to come together for good
InstructAbility is a training programme run by spinal injury charity Aspire, to help disabled people start a career in the fitness industry
Manchester Village Spartans
The Manchester Village Spartans RUFC is Greater Manchester's gay and inclusive rugby union football team.
Parkrun's Visually Impaired (VI) Scheme is a project that helps support visually impaired people to be more active.
The Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club allows people with any lower body disabilities or impairments to play a fast-paced, physical and highly skilled team sport.
Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club
Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club was set up in response to a tide of antisocial and criminal behaviour by young motorbike riders in Fife.
Kick Some Balls (Street Football Wales)
Street Football Wales's Kick Some Balls project works with homeless, and marginalised women to boost fitness, well-being and social skills.
EAST (East Anglican Sailing Trust)
The EAST Anglian Sailing Trust (EAST) gives adults and children with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy sailing, helping them to gain independence and confidence and engage with the community.