We believe sport has a critical part to play in addressing the issues faced by those living in the poorest communities

Our Impact - Doorstep Sport


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


StreetGames is in the customer vote for a special centenary Bags of Help grant from Tesco and can win up to £25,000. Please support us in stores across Merseyside, Cheshire and the West Midlands.


Author: Claire pickles

Will Booth - Mental Strength and StreetGames

Will attended the #MindOverMountain residential in November 2017 – a four-day event designed to boost participant’s mental and physical health.


Author: Samuel Riley



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