A large part of our role as an organisation is working on behalf of our members to improve the financial and regulatory environment in which they operate.
This section provides links to more information on how you can protect your sport and its participants from threats to integrity
Sports clubs and organisations can take a wide variety of forms. Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) and charitable status are two of the most important due to the tax and giving benefits they provide
The public health agenda remains high profile and one that offers huge potential for the sport and recreation sector to engage with
The Sport and Recreation Alliance is dedicated to highlighting the significant economic and social value of sport and recreation
The Alliance provides a forum for sport and recreation governing bodies to discuss tax issues which includes work on CASC's and our role in the taxation working group
The Sport and Recreation Alliance support our members to ensure the continued success of elite professional sport
Grassroots sports clubs, projects, charities, and community organisations are the lifeblood of sport and recreation across the country
Outdoor recreation is the UK’s favourite pastime. When people get active outdoors it creates jobs and reduces the burden on the health service. Outdoor education is also a crucial part of children’s learning
The Sport and Recreation Alliance provides help and guidance to governing bodies and organisations get the most from working with local authorities
The EU plays a significant role in shaping sports policy and in supporting sports organisations through a variety of funding mechanisms. In addition the Alliance engages with a range of EU stakeholders to represent member interests through its EU policy work.
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