Location

Switzerland

Key achievement

Operating in 9 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East

SCORT Foundation

Affiliate Member

“The Football Club Social Alliance”, established and managed by the Scort Foundation, is a network of professional European football clubs united for social responsibility. Together with local partners the Alliance clubs train young women and men to become football coaches and social role models. These “Young Coaches” are encouraged to apply their newly developed social and sporting skills by getting actively engaged in their communities and regularly organising football activities for disadvantaged children. The Football Club Social Alliance’s goal is to have these young women and men act as multipliers, using football as a sustainable tool to promote health, inclusion, convey core values and foster children’s development.

 

The vision of the Scort Foundation is a world in which all children living in difficult circumstances are able to play sport and are inspired to subsequently develop positive social skills and aspirations. The Football Club Social Alliance inspires and empowers young leaders to act as role models for people in their local communities.

Social Topics

Education
Employability
Enviroment
Gender Equality
Health
Peace Building
Social Integration
Youth leadership

Contact

SCORT Foundation
Julia Lambrecht
julia.lambrecht@scort.ch

Latest From SCORT Foundation

„The cooperation with the professional football clubs is an essential part of our projects. They are engaged because of their true, philanthropical believe. This is what they pass on to Young Coaches worldwide. The engagement of the Young Coaches in their communities is not to be considered as a given. Hence, it is our motivation to support these committed young people on their journey as social change makers.”

Marc-André Buchwalder
CEO Scort Foundation
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