Together it is possible to transform the lives of young people facing disadvantage.

Roshane (18), London Get on Track

I could be on the streets right now doing drugs if it hadn’t been for this scheme. I’ve learnt so much from my athlete mentor. As a result, I’m now studying sport science at university and hope to become a physiotherapist. 

Impact measurement is a crucial part of our work as it not only demonstrates what we do, why we do it, and why it’s important, but it also informs our work going forward.

Our beneficiaries are at the heart of all we do. To really understand the impact of our work you can find out more about the young people we work with in the case study section of this website. 

To offer a summary of the impact of our work, key highlights from 2015 - 16 include: 

  • For every £1 spent on Get on Track there is a social value of £3.70 (Our full 2016-17 stats will be released soon but we're pleased to say that the social value figure has improved to £4.30)
  • Two-thirds of young people were in education, employment or training in just five months of starting ‘Get on Track’
  • 100% of teachers said their students were more teachable and responsible, with improved aspirations, character and knowledge, after attending ‘On Track to Achieve’
  • 249 athletes supported to transition into life beyond sport
  • 92% of athletes felt motivated to achieve their leadership potential
  • £125,125.00 athlete ‘GiveBack’ value
  • Three-out-of-five young people were regularly participating in sport within five months of completing ‘Get on Track’
  • 87 community projects delivered successfully across the UK
  • Over 8.2 million reached through local and national print and online coverage
  • Almost 50 million reached through social media
  • Over 173,000 individuals engaged with us via our website

View our published Impact Report 2015 - 16