Have fun, get active and represent your community this Summer with StreetGames’ Olympic Challenge! Read more
This new report explores how communities are coping through the Coronavirus crisis, and assesses the impact of lockdown on young people and their families in low income areas. Read more
During these uncertain times, StreetGames resolves to continue to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with community organisations fighting against the tide of increased inequality, hunger, inactivity and isolation. At this critical time, StreetGames is appealing for your support. Read more
For every child and community we support, there is another one needing our help. Join our campaign and help us provide a child at risk of holiday hunger with food, friendship and fun during the school holidays. Read more
the percentage of respondents who told StreetGames that Doorstep Sport had directly improved their skills
the number of participants who would now consider themselves to be 'high', or 'very high' on a happiness rating index
the number of respondents influenced to take part in more regular sporting activity, as a result of Doorstep Sport
Like so many charities across the UK, StreetGames has been hugely impacted by the cancellation of thousands of fundraising events due to COVID-19. In response, the organisers of the biggest mass participation sports events across the country have come together to create a new campaign to raise vital funds to help our fundraising and save the UK’s charities.
As a young man, Jason Smith would often find himself involved in anti-social behaviour. With local police running short on patience, and relationships at home beginning to break down, ‘Jay’ – as he’s known to friends - knew something had to change.
Sport England’s new ‘Uniting The Movement’ strategy seeks to tackle the inequalities we’ve long seen in sport and physical activity. Read more
The #MyStreetGames campaign will shine a spotlight on programs that have delivered real positive change through sport. Read more