Welcome to Health Through Sport

Delivering football coaching to vulnerable and disadvantaged youngsters across Merseyside. We rely upon your donations to help achieve our goals.

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2017 Sportsperson's Dinner -Tribute to Tony Kay

The next Health Through Sport Dinner will be held on 12th May 2017. The dinner pays tribute to the ‘Unforgettable Hero’ Tony Kay. As always, the dinner will host a plethora of ex-footballing legends, a comedian and charity auction! Don’t miss out! 

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What We Do

 

Disadvantaged Youngsters

Using your donations, Health Through Sport provides sports coach training to disadvantaged children and young adults across Merseyside.

Helping Homeless

Partnering with local charities (such as the Whitechapel centre), we use your donations to help homeless people get back on their feet.

Other Initiatives

Health Through Sport helps raise awareness and funding for other initiatives such as Decembeard (bowel cancer), throughout the year.

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Ways to Donate

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Are you interested in helping Health Through Sport achieve its goals? Interested in helping us to fundraise? Get in touch today!

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Events

We hold several fundraising events throughout the year including golf days, quizzes, race nights and dinners. Why not join as at one of our organised events or sportsperson’s dinners.

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Previous Events

Take a look into our past events, sportsperson’s dinners and fundraising projects.

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Sponsorships

Learn how to sponsor Health Through Sport events

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Partners & Friends

Health Through Sport works closely with local organisations, charities and establishments to promote our events and fundraising efforts.

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Health Through Sport

Heath Through Sport is a registered Charity (Registration number 1113480) and was started in 2005 by ex-professional footballer Ronny Goodlass to deliver football coaching to vulerable and disadvantaged youngsters across Merseyside.

We are looking to achieve the outcomes of ‘Every Child Matters’ – to be healthy, stay healthy, enjoy and achieve and to make a positive contribution and achieve economic well being.

It’s overall aim is to help youngsters participate in an enjoyable activity in a safe and friendly environment. I firmly believe that playing sport leads to a much healthier and active lifestyle in an age when there are so many other,less desirable attractions.

Health Through Sport is geared towards improving fitness levels with advice on healthy eating,and with trips around the country and abroad,it can help to educate the children and broaden their horizons.Sport can be the channel through which  children can engage positively with each other and their communities. They can adopt a healthier and more disciplined way of living,all fuelled with the sheer joy and excitement that sport can offer.