Life is an uneven playing field
We help level it out

79%

Of adults that get a job through SOHK sustain it in the long term

94%

Of pupils on SOHK for Schools avoid permanent exclusion and complete their education

95%

Of adults completing SOHK have improved self-confidence, motivation, hopefulness and ability to face challenges

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SOHK delivers life-changing programmes across the UK. We change the lives of children and adults using rugby, boxing and strongman courses, supported by a curriculum of powerful life lessons. We work with unemployed adults to find and sustain employment; and with school children at risk of exclusion to help them reengage with education. Please help us to reach more people in need of our services by donating today. We spend at least 87% of every donation directly on frontline work.

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