BLOG: "Care leavers can absolutely thrive in the workplace"

Our Founder and President Dame Kelly Holmes writes about how with a little support, young people leaving care can "absolutely thrive" in the workplace.Read more

Trust attends People’s Postcode Lottery annual Charity Gala

People’s Postcode Lottery annual Charity Gala announces that £93.4 million was awarded to charities and good causes in 2017Read more

Get on Track graduate Jodie in the running for a Wales Sports Award

Nineteen-year-old Jodie Coupland is in the running for a Wales Sport Award after attending our first Get on Track programme in WalesRead more

Trust research shows link between low confidence and poor mental wellbeing

Young people who report low levels of confidence and resilience are more than twice as likely to suffer from poor mental wellbeing.Read more

Deputy Mayor launches new London-based programme

Our trained world class athletes will support young Londoners into work, as part of a new transformational eight-month programme funded by Greater London AuthorityRead more

Blog: Education will not solve youth inactivity alone. It’s all a matter of mindset

Olympian and Head of Learning Design, Adam Whitehead, blogs about how behaviour change can solve inactivity.Read more

Trust adds support to National Fitness Day 2017

Young people facing disadvantage will take part in a range of activities which promote positive behaviour change towards physical activity on National Fitness DayRead more

Trust invited to shape youth justice policy

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

Trust selected as partner for BGC Charity Day

Dame Kelly Holmes Trust has been selected as a partner for the BGC Charity Day 2017, which raises millions for charities in the UK and around the worldRead more

Comic Relief enables Trust to support young women

Young women will be empowered by world class athletes to lead positive lives, as part of a transformational programme, funded by Comic Relief and the Treasury.Read more