SportsAid's mission is to help young people succeed in sport. The charity does this by providing them with financial support and recognition for their achievements as they progress in their careers.
SportsAid's charity number is 1111612 (full name: Sports Aid Trust). SportsAid is also a private company limited by guarantee (number: 5538901). The registered office is 21 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B 3HF.
The charity also operates a wholly owned subsidiary called SAF Promotions Limited (company number: 2508698). The Directors of SAF Promotions are Chris Baillieu, Ian Braid and Mark Davies. The Company Secretary is Ali Nuttycombe, SportsAid's Finance Manager.
Linked to SportsAid is an unincorporated society - The Sports Aid Foundation Society. The Society's committee members are the same as the Board of Trustees. The Chair is Chris Baillieu, the Secretary is Mark Davies and the Treasurer is Mark Lillie. All other trustees of SportsAid are ordinary committee members. The Society is currently dormant.
SportsAid's company secretary is Ali Nuttycombe, who can be contacted via email or by calling her on 020 7273 1976.
SportsAid's solicitors are Eversheds LLP, One Wood Street, London, EC2V 7WS.
SportsAid's auditors are Kingston Smith LLP, Chartered Accountants, Devonshire House, 60 Goswell Road, London, EC1M 7AD.
Copies of the latest SAF Promotions Limited accounts are available on the Companies House website. Recently published accounts can also be downloaded from the links below:
Copies of the latest Sports Aid Foundation Society accounts are not publicly available. If you would like to request copies of these accounts, please contact Ali Nuttycombe, SportsAid's Finance Manager, via email.
SportsAid is registered with the Fundraising Regulator. For all queries on fundraising, please contact Hannah Barrett, SportsAid's Head of Fundraising, via email or by calling her on 020 7273 1623. SportsAid's fundraising complaints procedure can be downloaded here.
SportsAid's data protection registration number is Z5580350. SportsAid's data protection policy can be downloaded here. For all data related queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and title your email 'DATA PROTECTION'.
SportsAid is a recognised equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, belief and gender.
In April 2017, the SportsAid Board of Trustees formally adopted a target of a minimum of 30% of each gender on its board. Furthermore, the board committed to progressing towards achieving gender parity and greater diversity on its board, including and not limited to black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) diversity and disability.
SportsAid has achieved the Preliminary Level of the Equality Standard for Sport. Further information on the charity's progress against its actions will be published here.
Sports Aid Trust and SAF Promotions Limited are governed by their Memorandum and Articles of Association respectively. The Sports Aid Foundation Society is governed by its Rules and Objectives. Copies of these three documents can be downloaded here:
In addition to the SportsAid Board of Trustees, the SAF Promotions Limited Board of Directors and the Sports Aid Foundation Society Committee, SportsAid has a number of sub-committees and advisory groups. Details of the full structure can be downloaded here. The terms of reference can also be downloaded here.
Copies of minutes of board meetings, sub-committee meetings and advisory group meetings will be taken as per the terms of reference. Minutes will be published below once approved by the relevant board, sub-committee or advisory group.
The Nominations Committee overseas appointments to the Board of Trustees. The process diagram, which can be downloaded here, details the steps taken.
SportsAid's mission is to make a bigger difference in helping young talented sports people and to support their wider development as individuals. SportsAid's strategic aims for the period up to 2021 are: