Our current Legacy Programme is to develop 75 clubs (50 in London and 25 in Bristol) by 2013 creating a successful and transferrable 'blueprint' for club development in deprived urban areas. Our Legacy Programme aims to engage 9,000 new young people regularly in club sport and qualify 450 new coaches and 450 new volunteers and includes the following projects:
- Active Women Project (in partnership with Sport England): aiming to increase female participation in community sports.
- Disability Legacy Project (in partnership with The Peter Harrison Foundation): aiming to help mainstream sports clubs be more inclusive of young disabled people.
- Sport for Change Project (in partnership with Comic Relief): aiming to help young people develop and gain key life and employability skills through their community sports club.
- BMX Legacy Project (in partnership with local boroughs): aiming to create a fully equipped BMX club and track in each of the five London Olympic boroughs.
- Business Mentoring Project: aiming to enhance club development, impact and sustainability through matching teams of corporate mentors with community sports clubs.
- Sports M.A.T.E. (in partnership with Pro-Active East London): aiming to get more young disabled people accessing local mainstream sports opportunities through an innovative volunteer mentoring scheme.