Sport England, Barclays and the DCMS were just some of the influential organisations, alongside some industry experts, who backed the launch of Street League’s 2016/17 Annual Report, which had a strong emphasis on transparency when reporting impact.

Street League believe all charities should be transparent and completely honest when it comes to impact reporting, with an emphasis on all organisations to follow the national sport for employment organisation’s ‘Three Golden Rules’:

  • Never over claim what we do
  • All percentages include actual numbers
  • All outcomes are auditable

Below are some examples of the remarkable support Street League’s transparency message received, with many influential figures and organisations supporting their #CallforClarity social media campaign.

Nick Pontefract, Head of Sport for the UK Government

Beyond Sport 

Leap Confront Conflict 

Jamie Rutherford, Head of Employability for Enable Scotland 

England Netball 

Kieron Boyle, Chief Excutive of Guy's & St Thomas' Charity 

Nicola Crosta, Executive Vice-President of EPIC Foundation 

Mike Diaper, Director of Community Sport for Sport England

Impetus-PEF

Sported London

Inspiring Scotland