At the heart of our work is a commitment to supporting more Londoners to live active lives.
To help support organisations that share that goal, we offer the opportunity to commission bespoke project consultancy that taps into our four core areas of our specialist expertise; research and insight, funding, digital marketing and technology.
We can help you to enhance your impact and make a real difference to physical activity and sport in London.
More information on our specific service areas:
What our partners said:
Leading Haymarket titles PRWeek, Campaign and Third Sector created The Purpose Awards and London Sport Consultancy were honoured to be a finalist in their 2020 Awards for our Couch to Fitness campaign.
Learn more about how the programme smashed targets for take-up with 46% of users coming from ethnically diverse communities (compared to 13% of population), and over 42% of users completing the whole programme.
Examples of our work:
Developed a sustainable solution to track participation rates
150 residents and community stakeholders engaged
Councils seeking funding to implement recommendations.
Paid digital marketing campaign targeting specific audiences
800,000 Londoners reached
50% of active users from ethnically diverse groups
Supporting the production of high-quality grant applications
Developed a robust business plan to ensure future financial sustainability
£135,000 of capital and revenue funding secured
Helping a Local Authority to embrace the future of SportTech
Enhanced the Local Authority’s connections to
Embed SportTech in Authority’s activation of
Evidenced the success of the FunFit Families Programme in Brent
Facilitated and analysed an online community, highlighting behaviour change amongst participating families
Produced a designed evaluation report to help promote awareness of the programme
Secured at least £45k funding for Project TurnOver
Data shows that 96% of participants reported improved physical
and mental health.
82% have been able to successfully overcome the driving issue that
brought them to Project TurnOver