Here are all the ways in which our work has been recognised:
Programme Officer Paris McCleggan-Milner selected as a winner of a WWE Courageous Use of Sport Award.
Young person Nicole Fernandes da Silva awarded Canon Young Champion (<21yrs) by Global Good.
NFL Local Hero Award presented to Shaninga.
Small Charity Big Impact Award in the category of Charity with an Income Between £50,000 - £150,000 by the Foundation for Social Improvement.
London Youth Award for Sports Development for our 'pioneering' Girls Engagement Programme.
Athan 31/London Youth Award for Outstanding Sports Project and Outstanding Change to the Community.
CEO and founder Shaninga was awarded the Improving Young People's Lives Award for his work with young people.
Three London Youth Awards in the Being There, Adventure, and Inspiring Young Changemakers categories.
Shortlisted as Not a Red Card Award finalists in the category, Innovative Use of Sport!
Shortlisted for a London Youth Award in the Youth Social Action category.
Shortlisted for a Team London Award in the Sports category.
Shortlisted for a National Diversity Community Organisation Award.
Shortlisted for the Rathbones Covid-19 Response Award.
Shortlisted for a London Sport Award in the Harnessing the Power of Elite Sport Category.
Shortlisted for a London Sport Award in the Club of the Year category.
Shortlisted for a London Sport Award in the category of Bigger and Better Workforce Award and Highly Commended in the Club of the Year category.
Shaninga highly commended for an Anne Frank Award.
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