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The Access To Sports Project

What it does
    We offer a targeted sports programme, aimed at increasing and sustaining participation in sport and physical activity. We do this by: 1. Providing training for local people enabling them to become involved in sports coaching, 2. Organising a range of accessible and affordable sports activities for young people 3. Providing support and assistance to local organisations interested in sports.
Who works here
  • 19 employees and 119 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • People With Disabilities
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • Amateur Sport
  • Recreation
Where it operates
  • Throughout London
How it's governed
  • UK Charity, number: 1122243
  • First registered on 09/01/2008
Financial Data
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £779,537 £852,130 -£72,593 8 19 119 30/01/2019
31/03/2017 £739,137 £766,112 -£26,975 £683,979 10 18 130 30/01/2018
31/03/2016 £885,588 £887,736 -£2,148 £710,954 9 18 125 31/01/2017
31/03/2015 £951,323 £875,731 £75,592 £713,102 9 23 200 29/01/2016
31/03/2014 £957,900 £907,802 £50,098 £637,510 8 26 200 30/01/2015
31/03/2013 £982,258 £1,034,204 -£51,946 £587,412 6 28 180 30/01/2014
31/03/2012 £1,027,126 £1,000,037 £27,089 £639,358 7 26 170 31/01/2013
31/03/2011 £1,114,961 £887,392 £227,569 £612,269 8 26 0 31/01/2012
Donations received

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 1 grant making charity totalling £299,030

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£149,515
31/12/2018
Greater London Authority Nex Gen is aimed at young people living on 3 large ‘hotspot’, housing estates Andover, Marquess and Mayville. Led by Access to Sports with a variety of partners it will deliver a targeted/comprehensive programme of youth-work, sporting activities, training/education to support young people at risk of criminal activity to achieve positive outcomes, engage better with existing services and reduce community tension.
£149,515
31/07/2018
Greater London Authority The programme of estate-based community engagement activities will support young people at risk of criminal activity and exclusion to improve skills, qualifications and help them to make better, positive life choices. Our project is aimed at young people living on 3 large ‘hotspot’, housing estates Andover, Marquess and Mayville. Led by Access to Sports with Isledon, Islington Council, Metropolitan Police, Targeted Youth Support and Community Safety Teams will deliver a targeted/comprehensive programme of youth-work, sporting activities, training/education to support young people at risk of criminal activity to achieve positive outcomes, engage better with existing services and reduce community tension.
Governance
Trustees (5)
Main office

8 Blackstock Mews
LONDON
N4 2BT

Objectives

TO ADVANCE, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC, THE EDUCATION OF PERSONS IN GREATER LONDON, WHO BY REASON OF THEIR, AGE, NATIONALITY, RACE, GENDER, INFIRMITY OR DISABLEMENT, POVERTY OR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CIRCUMSTANCES, RECEIVE INSUFFICIENT ATTENTION TO THEIR SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION AS WELL AS TO THE DEVELOPMENT AND OCCUPATION OF THEIR MINDS IN THE INTEREST OF SOCIAL WELFARE AND WITH THE OBJECT OF IMPROVING CONDITIONS OF LIFE WITH A VIEW TO FURTHERING THAT OBJECT TO PROVIDE FUNDS AND TO ASSIST IN THE ORGANISATION (AND PROVISION) OF FACILITIES WHICH WILL ENABLE AND ENCOURAGE SUCH PERSONS TO PARTICIPATE IN PHYSICAL RECREATION AND SPORT.