Our Sport and Health Programme aims to transform the health and wellbeing of homeless and vulnerable people through sport and physical activity.
The initiative is designed to get people more active, in order to prolong lives, improve mental and physical health and reduce isolation.
People who are homeless experience some of the worst health outcomes in the UK, dying 30 years earlier than the population, with a life expectancy of just 47.
That's where we come in - research suggests that for people with inactive lifestyles, even 30 minutes of physical activity a week can significantly improve health and longevity.
Our Sport and Health Project aims to transform the health and wellbeing of homeless and vulnerable people through sport and physical activity.
Take a look at some of our incredible films, showcasing the work of the project.
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We couldn't do much of our ground-breaking work without the support of Sport England, KRR and multiple other partner organisation.
Our Sport & Health Project has shown major health gains among people with a history of homelessness; a section of the population that mainstream health and sports services have struggled to reach.