Leading Sport for Development charity, Sported, is delighted to announce that it is one of 13 voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in Northern Ireland
London 2012 Olympic medallist and Sported ambassador, Dan Purvis, took time out of his busy training schedule for the upcoming Commonwealth Games earlier this month to pay a visit to a local Sported project, Cast North West in Tarleton, Preston.
Inspiring Impact is a UK wide initiative that aims to change the way the voluntary and community sector thinks about
Written by Jo Stocks, Sporteducate In England, if you are pupil receiving free school meals (FSM) you are three-times less likely to achieve five or more A*-C GCSEs, including English and maths, than your non-FSM counterpart. Indeed, deprivation – as measured by free school meal allocation – is strongly associated with poorer […]
Fife Parkour Coaching, a local community group which uses the sport of Parkour (or Freerunning) as a personal development tool to help young people to stay fit and grow in confidence, is celebrating after winning the backing of Sported. Sported has awarded the group a grant of £7,500 to expand their work across the […]
Empire Fighting Chance, a charity that uses boxing to realise the potential of disadvantaged young people across Bristol, has become the latest community sport group to benefit from a joint funding initiative between Sported and The Supporters Club – BT Sport’s charitable initiative that aims to build a better world by bringing people together through […]
To celebrate the first anniversary of the sporteducate programme, Sported and Deutsche Bank teamed up to host a summer table tennis and football tournament.