- Leadership roles as referees and match delegates
- Mentoring relationships as coaches and team captains
- Integrity and respect as key elements of all competitions
- Part-time jobs in their community
- Conflict resolution
- Personal responsibility
Sport for Good, also known as ‘sport for development and peace’ or ‘sport-based youth development’, is a theory and practice for youth engagement that leverages the passion and character-building attributes inherent in sport to create positive outcomes in the lives of participants far beyond the playing surface. A successful Sport for Good initiative is intentional in the design and implementation of activities that go above and beyond traditional sport instruction.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Through our approach, we are striving to make an impact in communities where we work on four key areas that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.