Sportivate will be transitioning out as a Sport England National Lottery funded programme aimed at attracting and sustaining 11-25 year olds in sport and physical activity. In Sussex our involvement ceases at the end of September 2017, but the preceding seven years saw us:
- Work with over 250 organisations
- Support 1746 different projects
- Provide physical activity opportunities to a staggering 17,850 young people aged 11-25
- Promote 58 different sports, ranging from Yoga to Waterskiing.
In recent years we have worked specifically on improving sporting opportunities for inactive young people, helping 3,907 such participants.
A total of £917,873 to date has been invested in Sportivate projects in Sussex. We would like to thank Sport England and the National Lottery Fund for their support.
Sportivate – the national picture
Sport England has put together a national summary for Sportivate with lessons from the past six years. Nationally, a total of £56million has been used to fund Sportivate programme enabling over 900,000 young people to take part in physical activity across England.
In the preceding month’s keep a look out for case studies and videos of some of the best Sportivate projects that have taken place in Sussex over the past seven years.
For more information please contact:
Strategic Relationship Manager
Anthony manages stakeholder relations and takes an insight led focus on inactive populations. He acts as the lead for West Sussex, Workforce, Insight and Equality. He is also the Deputy Safeguarding Lead Officer for Active Sussex.