Sporting chance – they ensure equal opportunities for young people to access sport and physical activity, no matter their ability, disability, gender, culture or background
Sporting best – they use the power of sport and physical activity to give young people the personal attributes to be the best they can be
Did you know...
In the last academic year the Youth Sport Trust:
Gave over 834,000 young people direct opportunities to participate in high quality PE and sport
Delivered 60 different programmes and interventions to support schools and young people through PE and sport
Delivered CPD to over 37,000 members of the school workforce
Helped 99% of Skills2Play participants become positive about being active
What makes Youth Sport Trust different
They are on a mission to build a brighter future for children and young people. They do this through a number of different ways but pride themselves on being thought leaders through sharing best practice to mobilise others and through campaigning to increase awareness about the power of PE and school sport.
Other ways to support
Youth Sport Trust runs a comprehensive programme of fundraising campaigns and events that you can get involved in, for example the London Marathon, charity cycle rides and National School Sport Week. They also provide volunteer opportunities through a range of our programmes and events.