Since 2010 Inspire has been passionate about seeing the power of football being used for positive change. We are tackling some of the hardest social problems but believe that if we can inspire the next generation to become agents of change we will see the changes that need to happen so we all can live in a fairer and more equal society. The Covid 19 pandemic has shone a light in the inequalities that exist within our society and its now we have to build back better and fairer, and that is why we at Inspire are more passionate than before as we see the need more than ever for young people to be given a chance to succeed.
Nelson Mandela once said ‘that sport has the ability to change the world.’ On a daily basis, we see that change within Inspire whether it is a child being given a chance to finish their education, a young girl given the chance to play football for the first time, a young offender having another chance in life, or a young man being challenged and changed in their thinking about how to treat women. Change never happens quickly, but it happens one person at a time and we are proud of the work that Inspire is doing to change lives and be a part of building that fairer society for all.
Founder & CEO