"Get on Track came at a perfect time for me, it allowed me to figure out where my skill set lied and it inspired me to follow new career pathways." Read more
Students presented innovative solutions to help young people access support within isolated communities Read more
Our programmes for young people facing disadvantage have added £23 million in social value over the past four years. Read more
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Through our life changing mentoring programmes delivered by elite athletes, we support young people between the ages of 14-25 who are facing disadvantage to live positive lives.
In 2015-16 we supported 249 world class athletes to a life beyond sport and with them improved the lives of 83,701 young people facing disadvantage.
We provide athletes with the right training and support needed to deliver a lasting legacy to the wider community by working with young people facing disadvantage and through leading a successful life beyond sport.
More Than Medals is a campaign that demonstrates the positive contribution athletes can make to society.
The Trust welcome Baroness Grey-Thompson's report on Duty of Care in Sport which outlines a clear need for athlete to receive additional support. Read more
Nine-year-old Leo Riggs from Bournemouth has taken up the challenge of completing a tough Triathlon to raise funds for national charity Dame Kelly Holmes Trust. Read more
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust has today published new research highlighting the shortage of clear aspirations and ambitions from young people in the UK. Read more