"I really feel like this is my time to shine and that’s what I’m going to do" Follow Kia's Community Champions journey Read more
We use world class athletes to transform the lives of young people facing disadvantage across the UK Read more
"If I hadn’t met Grant that day in the job centre, I wouldn’t be doing what I am today, I wouldn’t have had the confidence to start my business." Read more
Through our life changing mentoring programmes delivered by world class athletes, we support young people between the ages of 14-25 who are facing disadvantage.
In 2016-17 we supported 3,198 young people through our transformational programmes and helped 150 world class athletes transition to a life beyond sport.
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.
The Trust is currently one of the UK’s leading organisations promoting character development in young people.
Olympian and Head of Learning Design, Adam Whitehead, blogs about how behaviour change can solve inactivity. Read more
Young people facing disadvantage will take part in a range of activities which promote positive behaviour change towards physical activity on National Fitness Day Read more
We've been invited to contribute to a Ministry of Justice workshop, which will discuss the use of sport to achieve positive outcomes for young offenders. Read more