Starlizard Integrity Services supports community programmes, working with grassroots and charitable organisations to ensure that we can take the menace of match-fixing and produce a positive effect. We therefore divert a proportion of all generated income from the provision of our integrity services and put it back into communities and sport.
We are proud to support the excellent work undertaken by the National Children’s Football Alliance (NCFA). Formed in 2008, the NCFA works tirelessly throughout communities to engage with young people and deliver child focused football projects, including the Global Peace Games, the Peace Fields Project and National Children’s Football Week. These are all designed to increase inclusion and improve inter-generational relationships, providing benefits for young people, ethnic minorities, migrants, refugees, special needs, families, disadvantaged and vulnerable children.
We are also proud to support Street League, the UK’s leading sport for employment charity. They support unemployed 16-24-year-olds to move into employment using the power of sport. They use football and other sports to engage with unemployed young people living in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities. As well as teaching them the key life and work skills they need to move into sustainable employment they can gain valuable qualifications, learn to write a CV and take part in mock interviews. Young people are also offered an opportunity to do work placements in a range of industries, where they put everything they’ve learned into practice and see if that sector is right for them.
Street League’s award-winning programmes operate in 14 cities and 38 local communities across England and Scotland. They are also leading the charity sector with their innovative approach to transparency and use of data. Street League were the first charity to publish an online interactive dashboard which shows their social impact throughout the year. Not only do they talk about the thousands of young people they support into work but they also share the number of young people who have disengaged from their programmes. To find out more please visit www.streetleague.co.uk or contact New Business Development Manager Nithee Kotecha.