SCORE’s work is grounded in the belief that sport is a very accessible and powerful instrument to effect social change.  Based on the needs and challenges in communities, and drawing from 25 years of experience, SCORE designs programs that educate and empower individuals so that they can improve their own lives and become agents of change both on and off the sports field.

  OUR WORK

Core to what we do is training, monitoring and mentoring focused on individual skills building and developing sustainable sports organising structures. Trained sports leaders then use sport as the arena and tool to address social issues and transform and strengthen their communities from within. Continuous assessment and reflection ensures programs achieve impact and adapt to changing circumstances.

SPORT
Sport is at the core of all we do. We provide access to sport and recreational activities, giving children and youth a chance to play, have fun and learn, but also to develop their skills and to compete. read more >
LIFE SKILLS
Life skills training within SCORE is done as part of everyday training, coaching and mentoring, but is primarily delivered through training workshops and facilitated discussion sessions. read more >
LEADERSHIP
TRAINING
Leadership capacity is critical to build strong, active and functional sports organizing structures which can sustain community sports activities. read more >
THE CUP OF
HEROES
The Cup of Heroes is SCORE's flagship Sport and Development competition and brings together players and young sports leaders from across Southern Africa to celebrate the power of sport. read more >
COMMUNITY
SPORT CENTRES
Working as the implementing partner for Hope Through Action, SCORE manages and operates two community sport centres, one in Mbekweni and the other in the Franschhoek Valley. read more >
  OUR METHODOLOGY

Over time, SCORE aims to develop a self-sustainable, structured community sport system in each community in which we work. This is driven and supported mostly by young people we have trained and mentored and who represent and run sport in their own communities … read more

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