Kieran Harding has been appointed as a new member of the Spirit of 2012 Board, which includes public figures from sport, the arts, the corporate sector and public life. Kieran brings sporting and social expertise, as well as great enthusiasm for the work of Spirit.
“I welcome this opportunity to join the Board of Spirit of 2012,” said Keiran. “Through its unique approach to investment in sport, the arts and volunteering, Spirit brings measurable impacts on the key issues of social cohesion and well-being in communities across all regions of the UK.”
Spirit of 2012 tendering Monitoring and Evaluation contract
Spirit of 2012 has begun a tendering process to work with an organisation or individual that can support our funding recipients to build their capacity for monitoring and evaluation.
Volunteering comes in all shapes and sizes, from working on the ground to doing the accounts for a local charity, and from donating a day to dedicating a lifetime
Loneliness is a crisis we can – and must - overcome
Yesterday’s announcement that Tracey Crouch, the minister for sport and civil society, will now lead Government action to tackle loneliness is very good news. Loneliness exacts a huge economic and social cost: more than 9 million people in the UK – one in five of us – are always or often lonely (although only two thirds of us will admit it).
Spirit of 2012 appoints new Chair
Spirit of 2012 proudly welcomes Alan Coppin as its new Chair
Alan Coppin has been appointed to the Spirit Board to replace Dugald Mackie, who is standing down after four-and-a-half years in the role.