The recipients of our grants are all dedicated to either participating in sport at a high level or to providing opportunities for young people to participate in sport.

2014 The Word on the Street Community Project
The Word on the Street Community Project

Sport

Football

Achievements to date

  • 2014 - Young people raised money through a sponsored walk to fund their 'Kings Youth' football kit
  • 2014 - Young people participated in first tournament
  • 2013 - Young people participated in first youth club football match

The Word on the Street (Gravesham) is committed to working alongside children and young people in the Kings Farm and Christian Fields areas of Gravesend. We do this by running weekly after school clubs and youth clubs in term time, as well as helping to create positive opportunities for young people to engage with through the school holiday activity programme. The Kings Youth football project has developed out of this school holiday activity programme, as the young people have been enthusiastic and motivated to take part in all football activities.

Kings Youth currently has two teams and have participated in three tournaments across the South East, including a local tournament in Gravesend. The funding from Kent Trust for Youth Sport will support a youth worker and two young leaders to achieve their FA Level 1 Coaching Qualification, which will enable the project to start delivering coaching sessions for the teams, as well as enabling the teams to attend tournaments in 2015.

For more information about The Word on the Street Community Project, please visit its Facebook page.

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Since 2008, £142,469 has been awarded to individuals and organisations.