The Everybody Foundation is a charity (Registered charity No. 1174873) that raises funds to support individuals and groups to promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
The Everybody Foundation has three aims for the benefit of the public within the communities in which Everybody Sport and Recreation operates. They are:
Promotion of a healthy & active lifestyle
Organisations can be funded to deliver projects that encourage people to be active and healthy. It could be a one-off community event, to kick-start an activity programme or something completely different
Assisting individuals to achieve their potential
Individuals can be supported to be active regardless of whether that is trying to win an Olympic gold medal, develop the skills to help others to be active or to access their session of choice more regularly.
Improvement to facilities used to fulfil an active lifestyle
Funding can be used to pay for facility developments and the purchase of non-sporting equipment that helps the communities in which Everybody Sport and Recreation operates to be more active.
The projects that the foundation may decide to fund are endless providing the application meets the Everybody Foundation’s aims. Examples could include:
Stories from members of the Everybody Foundation
POLLY HOLDEN ON TRACK FOR OLYMPICS AFTER SUCCESS AT BRITISH SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Polly Holden, 18 from Nantwich is a national level swimmer and was recently awarded £355 from the Everybody Foundation to pay for her travel and entry to the British Championships in Edinburgh in which she came third in 800m freestyle; her first senior medal! Polly has now qualified for British Nationals in July as she is ranked 3rd in the country for the 800m freestyle which puts her on the road to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The Everybody Foundation has recently awarded local athletes and organisations with funding grants of up to £500 to help support their efforts in sport and keeping our region active and healthy.
Everybody Sport and Recreation has set up the Everybody Foundation, a new charity which helps to fund individuals and groups who promote active and healthy lifestyles in Cheshire East.
Fynnlay and Cassius
Fynnlay and Cassius Loupis are 11 year old twin brothers from Church Lawton, Cheshire, who compete regularly in Freestyle Skiing and are both at entry level for team GB.
The Loupis brothers have recently attended their first international competition in Switzerland where between them, they took home 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals thanks to the funding granted to them by the Everybody Foundation.
Grace Litherland-Clews is a 14 year old badminton player from Alsager who plays weekly as a part of Alsager Badminton Club and competes regularly. Grace has recently been awarded £150 by the Everybody Foundation to purchase new badminton racquets for her upcoming training and competitions. Grace explained that racquets are really expensive and when you play as much as Grace does, they break relatively regularly. Thanks to the grant funded to Grace by the Everybody Foundation, Grace was able to buy herself two brand new Racquets costing around £80 each!