Our impact

We measure the impact of our work through our Capacity Measurement Tool.

Our Capacity Measurement Tool was developed through extensive research and years of experience. It assesses groups on 5 main areas:

On average, Sported groups increase their capacity score by 8% after being on a Sported project or receiving support from a Sported volunteer.

The areas where we tend to see the most growth are around finances, reserves, fundraising and financial management) and impact practice.

“The support we received from Sported enabled us to develop a clear long-term strategy and business plan to ensure our operations were sustainable into the future.”
James
Long Lane JFC
“Before taking part we had never completed a business plan and I was losing confidence in securing funding for our needy community. The programme enabled us to undergo a massive transformation and since we have secured in excess of £1.2m in funding.”
Seb
Vulcan Boxing

Since
April 2020
we have:

75

grants awarded to groups

1,029

groups have directly accessed our support

170

groups who received Light Touch (short-term) support

30

groups who continued to receive long-term mentor support (virtually)

(Data accurate as of 30 September 2020)

Impact of our projects

Impact of
our network

Our 2,600 groups are engaging and enhancing the lives of 500,000 young people with over 90 different sports and physical activities.

1 %
addressing community cohesion
1 %
addressing crime and anti-social behaviour
1 %
addressing education and employability
1 %
addressing health and wellbeing
1 %
addressing inequality in sports participation

Impact report

Sported: Making an impact at every level February 2019

Read about the insight generated by Sported.