England Squash Foundation
The England Squash Foundation is a national charity with a vision to change young lives and enhance communities through squash.
Together we can help squash to make a difference to young people’s lives from physical health and emotional wellbeing benefits, to supporting social and community cohesion. The Foundation currently funds and supports three core programmes:
Squash and education
We're using a new Urban Squash programme to give school children from areas of deprivation in England weekly on-court coaching and off-court curriculum tuition.
We're working with England Squash and the hugely successful Sport England ‘This Girl Can’ campaign to get more young girls playing squash.
We're supporting clubs to gain their UK Deaf Sport DEAFinitely Inclusive Accreditation and use squash to change the lives of young deaf people.
“Squash changed my life, and I want to help the England Squash Foundation to get other deaf people and young people playing squash.” - Noah Duckworth, Deaf squash ambassador.
We are fully supported by England Squash and other key national partners, who help us achieve our vision and make our campaigns a success.
The Foundation is funded entirely by donations, so welcomes financial support from supporters, benefactors and companies to extend the great work we do. You can make a safe and secure donation or create a monthly direct debit through JustGiving, which qualifies for Gift-Aid and also fundraise creatively for us through GivePenny.
About the England Squash Foundation
The England Squash Foundation is charity registered in England with the Charities Commission (Number 1136517) and as a company limited by guarantee (7197634). Our registered office is National Squash Centre, Rowsley Street, Manchester, M11 3FF.