STAR in Local Communities

The STAR team supports a number of charities, for which you can find further details below.

Tony Mallin is the Founder and Chairman of Youth Experience in Sport and was recognised in the 2020 honours list with an MBE for this charity.

The charity aims to bring at-risk young people into active sport in deprived areas of London. The objective being to help reduce youth crime rates and improve the general health and well-being of young people.

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STAR are proud to support Right to Play and have been supporting them since 2018. Right to Play is harnessing one of the powerful and fundamental forces in every child’s life, the power of play. Their programs protect, educate, and empower children to heal from the harsh realities of war and abuse, to change their behaviour and protect themselves from disease, to go to school, graduate and create a better future. They play for change in 5 key areas: quality education, gender equality, health & well-being, child protection and peaceful communities.

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Working in partnership with schools, alongside a large and diverse range of employers, and local and national funders, Spark! enhance young people’s employability skills, knowledge and experience so that they are better prepared for and able to effectively transition into the workplace.

STAR has been actively supporting the charity since 2017, by participating in Spark!’s industry days for students, as well as welcoming students inhouse for work experience. 

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