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London Sport Consultancy to support Project Turn-Over UK

London Sport Consultancy has been commissioned to undertake an exciting piece of work to support Project Turn-Over UK, a not-for-profit organisation supporting the UK’s most ‘at-risk’ youth groups with the help of sport.

Based on the belief that sport can be used as a framework for a program of positive change for young people, Project Turn-Over leverages sport, to cultivate resilience, motivation, and hope in students at risk of exclusion, gang involvement, drug abuse, violence, and opting out of school.

Project Turn-Over's flagship programme, 'Taking Control' is focussed on two main cohorts: working closely with Feltham Young Offenders Institute to support young people recently released from prison (Released on Temporary Licence - ROTL) and with teenagers who are either ‘At Risk of Exclusion' or have been Excluded in conjunction with more than 25 local schools to support their most at-risk students.

Having launched in 2019, 124 young people have now been through the ‘Taking Control’ programme, with 89% having returned to school, 92% feeling that they have improved physical and mental health, and 82% have got into a job, university, or an apprenticeship.

London Sport Consultancy are providing support to Project Turn-Over in identifying potential funding sources and submitting applications for funding to secure the continued sustainability of Project Turn-Over for the remainder of 2022 and beyond.

Michelle Vorel-Adams, Head of Consultancy at London Sport said:

“We’re delighted to be working with Project Turn-Over and hope that our work will make a real impact in helping them secure funding to continue the important work they do”

“At London Sport we know sport and physical activity can change lives, that’s why we’re excited to use our expertise within London Sport Consultancy to help Project Turn-Over in their mission in helping at-risk youth groups across the UK create a positive change in their lives”

Mags Davison CEO from Project Turn-Over added:

“We are delighted to be working with Michelle and her experienced team at London Sport to drive and secure funding, enabling the continuation of our vital work supporting young ‘at risk’ youth”.

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