BBC and BT Sport Presenter visits Street League Clyde West

TV and Radio presenter, Eilidh Barbour, visited Street League Clyde West last month. The BBC and BT Sport presenter came to the Street League academy after hearing about the sport for employability courses on offer, which help to move young unemployed people into work. Chris Caldwell, Operations Manager at Street League Clyde West, had the opportunity to ask Eilidh a few questions:Read more

Say hello to the future of impact reporting. Street League moves to real-time impact data.

Street League has taken another groundbreaking step in its bid to drive transparency in the charity sector after announcing it has moved to 'real-time' impact reporting.Read more

Street League takes annual report to a new level of transparency

Street League is delighted to announce the launch of its latest 2016-17 annual report, which takes transparency to another level. Read for highlights of the charities' social impact as well as concrete ways the charity is putting transparency into action.Read more

How do we know whether a charity is successful or not?

How do we know whether a charity is successful or not? At Street League, we don’t think success should be measured by turnover, or by vague numbers of people ‘reached’, or by a story about one or two beneficiaries. It should be measured by presenting what we do in a transparent way and allowing you to decide whether you think we are successful (or not).Read more

Leading youth organisation makes the move into apprenticeships

As reported in the Business Insider, Street League is making a massive impact on youth employment in Scotland and has innovated its model once again with a move into apprenticeships.Read more

Our journey to increased transparency

We've been on a transformative journey over the past seven years to improve our monitoring and evaluation in order to uphold high standards of transparency. See our new infographic below for a summary of our transparency timeline and the stages we've been through, as well as what the future holds for Street League.Read more

Street League are proud to announce that we are ISO 9001 certified

We are proud to have been awarded ISO 9001 certification, an internationally recognised standard that ensures services meet the needs of all our providers, partners and beneficiaries through an effective quality management system. ISO 9001 is recognised worldwide as the international benchmark for quality within an organisation.Read more

Football Sevens announces charity partnership with Street League to help change lives through sport.

Launching this month, the InOnePlace Football 7s is a high profile global football tournament, with massive prizes for all finalists and exclusive scouting opportunities. The new global tournament will be running over the next 18 months, with around 5,000 teams competing to win the grand prize of $250,000 and a chance to trial at a Premier League club, as well as playing against a team of ex-professional footballers in the final.Read more

Minister praises "awe-inspiring" charities at Foreign Office Gala Dinner

On Thursday 12th October, two youth charities successfully united politicians, sportsmen and leading businesses from the UK and France, including Minister of State, the French Ambassador, Arsenal footballers, and many leading CEO’s. The event, hosted at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London, successfully raised over £200,000 to enable Street League and Sport Dans La Ville to tackle the challenge of youth unemployment in both nations.Read more

Street League & Sport Dans La Ville host charity dinner at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Tomorrow night, on Thursday 12th October 2017, Street League & Sport Dans La Ville are hosting a fundraising gala dinner which hopes to raise over £100,000 to support young people from disadvantaged communities using the power of sport. The charity event, hosted at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London, has united politicians, famous sports players and major companies from the UK and France to come behind a common cause and help tackle the challenge of youth unemployment in both nations.Read more