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The Power of Sport for Good
The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation utilises the universal power of sport as a means to enhance the social and emotional development of children and young people in disadvantaged communities, helping the youth to overcome limitations imposed by social issues that affect them on a daily basis including poverty, homelessness, violence, drug abuse, discrimination and HIV/AIDS. Join the Team and help us make a difference today!
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THE ALL-NEW MERCEDES-BENZ A-CLASS SEDAN
The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and Mercedes-Benz South Africa are giving you the chance to win a brand new Mercedes-Benz A200 Sedan, valued at over R600 000. To earn you tickets into the draw, invest in the continued efforts of our Programmes through a monthly or once-off donation.
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20 years of Laureus
On this day 20 years ago, one of the most powerful speeches in sporting history was spoken on stage at the inaugural Laureus World Sports Awards. Standing alongside 24 of the world’s greatest living sporting legends, Laureus’ First Patron Nelson Mandela said: “Sport has the power to change the world.”Read more
Global Response Fund has launched
The global sporting community’s efforts to protect vulnerable children and young people in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic has been boosted by the creation of the ‘Sport for Good Response Fund’. The fund will unite the support of a wide range of partners to help support organisations and young people as part of sport’s role in ending violence, discrimination and disadvantage around the world.
Bryan Habana inducted into Laureus World Sports Academy
In 2009, Bryan was announced as an Ambassador for Laureus Sport for Good and in the past decade, he has been a dedicated member of the Laureus family, taking time to visit programmes around the world, raising both awareness and funds to support the transformational work of these programmes. Bryan joins the 68 current members of the Laureus World Sports Academy.
In an effort to share knowledge, learnings and best practice we will use this page to share information as well as toolkits, resources and advice from our programmes and the sector. Over the coming days and weeks, this page will be updated with key learnings as the sport for development community around the world unites in the worldwide effort to combat Covid-19.Read more