Sport - Projects
See My Voice
British Blind Sport’s See My Voice project focuses on developing the skills and confidence of young people with a visual impairment through a bespoke volunteering and leadership programme.
Wheelchair hurling makes the traditional Irish sport accessible to players in wheelchairs with dedicated coaches and provision of new clubs.
London Youth Rowing’s Active Row aim's to engage young people who are less likely to participate in physical activity, such as those from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds through rowing
Glasgow Gladiators Disability Sports Club gives people the opportunity to play powerchair football and boccia, from complete beginners to potential Paralympians.
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland's Young Carers at Sea
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland’s Young Carers at Sea project gives hundreds of young carers aged 12-25 the chance to participate in sailing adventures every year.
Llanrumney Phoenix Boxing Club
Llanrumney Phoenix Boxing Club is a boxing club and community hub in a deprived area of Cardiff. The club has provided a safe space for children, young people and adults to use the gym
Rugby Memories is a support group run by rugby league club Wigan Warriors as a way to help supporters with dementia and tackle isolation.
Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub
Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub (GSNH) is a truly inspirational community facility located in Warrington. Replacing a tired 1970’s leisure centre, GSNH has been transformed into a state-of-the-art community, sport, library and health facility.
Tiger Bay Amateur Boxing Club
Wasim Said opened Tiger Bay Amateur Boxing Club two years ago, in tribute to his former mentor, champion boxer Pat Thomas.
Samsons Academy is not just a gym. They are a charity, a community support network, and an infrastructural organisation based in Bedford.
North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League & Disability Sports Club
North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League & Disability Sports Club was founded in April 2013 to make rugby league accessible to everyone in North Wales and the surrounding areas. Since then, the club has produced 16 international players and continued to grow during the pandemic, as well as providing a vital social outlet.
Bready Cricket Club
When the pandemic halted play, Bready Cricket Club helped served up Sunday lunches and activities to support the community that sustains it.