Children’s charity partners with young people’s sport magazine bsporty

The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with bsporty magazine to give children an opportunity to find a sport that inspires them in a magazine that speaks their language.
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The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with bsporty magazine to give children an opportunity to find a sport that inspires them in a magazine that speaks their language.

Motivating the next generation to be passionate about sport is essential to YST’s 2018-2022 strategy. bsporty is a magazine for all children aged 7-14, whether they’re super sporty already or yet to find their passion. Each month the magazine focuses on a different range of sports, tells encouraging stories of professional sportspeople and features the latest news.

James Kyte, Commercial Director at the Youth Sport Trust, said:

“We’re really pleased to announce this new partnership with bsporty which will see us work collaboratively with them to help shape the future content of the magazine alongside encouraging new readers to subscribe via the exclusive YST subscription option. As a national children’s charity we are well aware of the ever competing demands on young people’s time and attention and we hope to see this partnership give us a direct channel to engage with 7-14 year olds and bring to life all the excitement and opportunities the world of sport offers”

Katie James, founder of bsporty magazine, said: “We are excited and honoured to announce a new partnership between bsporty and the Youth Sport Trust! Each subscription to our magazine will help Youth Sport Trust with their continued work helping young people through the power of sport.”

Further details on the partnership are to follow.

The YST subscription offers different packages ranging from an individual cost through to various levels of school subscription.

For more information on bsporty, visit: www.bsporty.co.uk

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