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The Panathlon Foundation Limited

What it does
  • The Panathlon Challenge is a national charity which provides sporting opportunities for over 17,500 disabled young people each year. Panathlon has been benefiting young disadvantaged people since 1995 – with a focus on disabled young people since 1999 – and has invested over £8 million in opportunities for young people to compete in sport during this time.
Who works here
  • 7 employees and 3931 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
Sector(s) covered
  • Disability
  • Amateur Sport
Where it operates
  • Throughout England And Wales
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/08/2018 £670,861 £668,534 £2,327 4 7 3931 23/05/2019
31/08/2017 £693,080 £646,657 £46,423 £242,076 4 6 2190 19/06/2018
31/08/2016 £521,003 £498,116 £22,887 £195,653 4 5 1550 11/05/2017
31/08/2015 £499,506 £476,789 £22,717 07/07/2016
31/08/2014 £443,530 £451,654 -£8,124 09/06/2015
31/08/2013 £355,231 £312,969 £42,262 26/06/2014
31/08/2012 £340,609 £310,007 £30,602 11/06/2013
31/08/2011 £317,549 £272,945 £44,604 30/05/2012
31/08/2010 £303,482 £271,103 £32,379 29/07/2011
31/08/2009 £216,672 £229,294 -£12,622 22/06/2010
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 5 grant making charities totalling £271,750

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£15,000
15/04/2019
The EQ Foundation Unrestricted
£30,000
31/10/2018
Garfield Weston Foundation Dream Big- Disability Isn't Inability
£20,000
15/04/2018
The EQ Foundation Unrestricted
£20,000
15/04/2017
The EQ Foundation Unrestricted
£20,000
15/04/2016
The EQ Foundation Unrestricted
£54,450
31/01/2016
Greater London Authority For 2016-18 Panathlon Challenge Primary School sports programme
£20,000
15/03/2015
Spiers Family Foundation
£26,000
30/09/2014
The Fore Grant funded the development of the Primary Panathalon and the Impairment-Swimming Programme by funding the full-time role of the Events Co-ordinator. The response to the initial piloting of these programmes in 2013 in a small number of primary schools showed excellent results and proved to the Foundation that the earlier sport can be introduced into the curriculum for children with disabilities, the greater the positive impact it can have on their personal and social development.
£66,300
30/06/2014
City Bridge Trust £66,300 over three years (£21,100; £22,600; £22,600) towards the expansion of Panathlon’s work with deaf, visually impaired and power-chair children.
How effective is it?
Panathlon Challenge Sports Inclusion Programme

Description: The Panathlon Foundation organises inter-school sports competitions and provides the necessary sporting equipment for participating schools. Funding and organising mulit-sports events, children who have previously lacked the opportunity to participate in sports compete in engaging activities benefiting them socially and in health

Objectives: To promote the physical and personal development of young disadvantaged and disabled children

Beneficiaries: Primary and secondary school children

Outputs Outcomes
02/09/2018-01/09/2019
460 Event or competition days delivered 21906 Competitors in sporting events
1335 Schools involved4611 Young Leaders trained
127 Primary Panathlons delivered
01/09/2017-31/08/2018
29 Swimming competitions delivered1000 Swimmers competing
305 Event or competition days delivered13150 Competitors in sporting events
812 Schools involved2190 Young Leaders trained
69 Primary Panathlons delivered4000 Panathlon participants
01/09/2016-31/08/2017
563 Schools involved 1590 Young Leaders trained
242 Event or competition days delivered10083 Competitors in sporting events
4000 Primary Panathlon participants
12 Swimming competitions delivered 500 Swimmers competing
02/09/2015-31/08/2016
450 Schools involved1350 Young Leaders trained
115 Event or competition days delivered7426 Competitors in sporting events
12 Swimming competitions delivered500 Swimmers competing
77 Primary Panathlon days run

Our comments: Panathlon is the major provider of physical activities for disabled children

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Governance
Trustees (7)
Main office

c/o Cox Costello & Horne
Fourth & Fifth Floor
14-15 Lower Grosvenor Place
London
SW1W 0EX

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1072638
  • First registered on 30/11/1998
Objectives

TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN PARTICIPATING IN SPORT BY DEVELOPING AN INTER SCHOOLS SPORTS COMPETITION AND THE PROVISION OF SPORTS EQUIPMENT IN SCHOOLS.