Get Involved

YST Get Involved
Even if you're not working directly with the Youth Sport Trust as part of a programme or one of our networks, there are plenty of ways to get involved, including taking part in one of our campaigns, attending events or training, or even by fundraising or volunteering for us.

Whether you work at a school, a business, or another organisation, there are loads of great ways for you to start building your relationship with us. We're passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of young people, regardless of whether that's a local, regional, national or global level, but we can't do it alone. 

Take a look at the tiles below to find out more about the different ways to get involved.

National School Sport Week

YST National School Sport Week 2019, now in its 11th year, took place from 24-28 June. Our theme for 2019 is Five Ways to Wellbeing: being active, connecting, giving back, taking notice and learning. National School Sport Week will return in June 2020.
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YST Conference

We're now taking bookings for the YST 2020 Conference which will take place on Thursday 27 February at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The theme this year will be 'Getting to the Heart of a Well School'.
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Events and CPD Opportunities

The Youth Sport Trust offer a range of different events for member and non-member primary and secondary schools.
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Support us

Fundraising

Our success would not be possible without the support of our amazing fundraisers, donors and volunteers. Together, we change lives, and everyone that contributes towards our vision can be a part of our family #TribeYST.
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Journey to Wellbeing

This programme is a joint initiative from YST and the 401 Foundation’s CEO and Founder Ben Smith. The Challenge aims to raise £1m and provide wellbeing resources for every participating school.
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YST Leaders, young female leader addressing a small group

Volunteering

We aim to improve the leadership skills of all children and young people through the power of PE and school sport.
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