"A very good event, so many activites for the kids to try out".
Access Sport are please to publish their 2012 to 2013 Annual Report. Download a copy of the report here:
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Threadneedle Investments (Threadneedle) who have created the Threadneedle Foundation which will contribute an annual donation of £25,000 over the next three years.
On Saturday 25th May, one of our Hackney based clubs, Pedro Amateur Boxing Club, held an open air boxing show to exhibit their young talent and to open their doors up to the local community!
On Saturday one of the Easton-based Access Sport partner clubs, Urban Fit raised £750 in sponsorship for their group by running up and down six tower-blocks in the area.
Access Sport partner club Forest Flyerz, the disability section of Waltham Forest Hockey Club, was involved in something very special on April 11 at their home ground of Walthamstow Academy: “Hockey Nation 2013: An Inclusive Event”.
Access Sport was recently given a hugely generous donation of £400 from NGG Sports presented by their co-founder Nich Golding (pictured).
Online children’s store Big Blue Cuddle are kindly helping the charity raise funds through the power of shopping! Access Sport are excited to be one of four beneficiary charities and are encouraging supporters to shop!
About Big Blue Cuddle
"My name is Montell and I have been an apprentice with Access Sport since October 2012. I’ve really enjoyed being a part of the Access Sport team. Working in my own community motivates me to help develop and sustain community sports projects. I get to work with other community organisations such as; Bristol City Community Trust, 2ndChance Project, The Station Youth Club, PACT project and many more! If you’d like to read more about what I do, check out my blog that is regularly updated here"
Urban Fit are part of the Access Sport Us Girls project and Sport for Change project, they are a fitness group that also undertake projects to enhance life skills and increase self confidence. The first ambitious project they have undertaken has been to put on a fashion show, this was chosen to help refine organisational skills, help communication skills within a professional arena and also promote and celebrate different body shapes.