There are many ways to support Sporting Recovery. You can donate, volunteer, join our programme, or just spread the word.
Are you looking for a fun and rewarding way to make a difference in your community? Do you love sports and want to help others enjoy them too? If so, you might be interested in volunteering with Sporting Recovery. Sporting Recovery is a social enterprise that provides physical activity and wellness programs for people with mental health challenges. Sports can be a powerful tool for recovery, resilience and social inclusion. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to support our participants, coaches and staff in various roles, such as:
– Assisting with the delivery of sports sessions, such as football, basketball, boxing, yoga and more
– Providing peer support and encouragement to our participants
– Helping with the setup and cleanup of the venues
– Promoting our services and events to the public
– Fundraising and raising awareness for our cause
Volunteering with Sporting Recovery is a great way to give back, learn new skills, meet new people, and have fun. You don’t need any previous experience or qualifications, just a positive attitude and a willingness to get involved. We will provide you with training, support and feedback to help you grow as a volunteer. You can choose how much time you want to commit, from a few hours a week to once a month. We have opportunities across South London, so you can find something that suits your location and availability.
If you want to volunteer with us, please fill out this form, and we will contact you soon. We appreciate your interest, and we hope to see you soon!
Shop & Fundraise
“Sporting Recovery by shopping in our shop or online. You can use easyfundraising to shop with more than 3,300 popular retailers such as Amazon, John Lewis, M&S, and eBay. Each time you shop through easyfundraising, a portion of the money you spend goes to our Wellness Programme. It’s a simple way to help.”
“There is a relaxed atmosphere and people I can relate to. I like that it is multi-generational with people from diverse backgrounds.”