• The Change Foundation, born out of the Brixton Riots of 1981, stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, promoting equality through the power of sport.

    The Change Foundation, born out of the Brixton Riots of 1981, stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, promoting equality through the power of sport.
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    Changing the lives of young people through the power of sport

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Who we are

The Change Foundation is an award-winning charity that uses sport to change the lives of marginalised young people. We deliver targeted long-term interventions for the most vulnerable young people through Coach Mentors with lived experience, providing regular sport, personalised mentoring and work-related opportunities.

Our values:

Daring – we work innovatively with the most marginalised young people and challenge ourselves to meet their needs.

Empowering – we provide the support for our young people and our delivery partners to enable change.

Agile – we work quickly and confidently to bring ideas to reality. We find solutions and learn from failures.

What we do

Deliver – we deliver targeted sport for social change programmes for the most vulnerable young people through Coach Mentors with lived experience.

Innovate – we design programmes with young people, using creative methodologies and testing ideas by delivering 6–12-month pilot programmes.

Inspire – we work with other charities, employers and corporate organisations and create bespoke solutions to extend the power and reach of our programmes for maximum social impact.

 

Why we do it

Guided by young people, our listening process has directed us to deliver sports programmes that focus on these social issues affecting young people today:

  • Knife crime and serious youth violence
  • Social media influence and addiction
  • Youth unemployment for vulnerable young people
  • Disability inclusion and creating equal opportunities
  • Mental health issues and developing coping mechanisms

We exist to help young people find solutions to deal with these social issues through the power of sport.

Our Partners

Thank you to all our supporters, funders and partners, without your contribution our programmes would not be possible.

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