What we do We are Sporting Memories. For 10 years we have been using the power of remembering and talking about sport – along with physical exercise – to tackle dementia, depression and loneliness. We are dedicated to bringing together older adults. The older adults who come to our online or community-based Clubs may be isolated, or living with depression, dementia or other long-term conditions. They are fans, former players, family members. Everyone has one thing in common: a love of sport. We provide social and physical activities, too. At Sporting Memories Clubs, everyone finds fun, friendship and increased well-being. We also run campaigns and projects – and work in partnership with organisations. From sporting bodies such as the PFA and professional clubs to local community organisations and care providers. And of course without our dedicated volunteer teams, we could not do the work we do. Sporting Memories Clubs There are over 120 Sporting Memories Clubs across Scotland, Wales and England. The supportive, welcoming and structured sessions they offer are proven to help build cognitive resilience for those living with dementia. Mental and physical well-being increases too. Find out more about our Clubs Carers of those who come along to Sporting Memories Clubs are just as important to us as our Club participants. While carers are welcome to stay at our sessions, they often tell us that when able to, they enjoy the opportunity to go out for a coffee, shop, socialise with friends or share stories with each other. Read our Information for carers Our partners and volunteers We have fantastic teams of skilled and dedicated volunteers. Find out more about volunteering with Sporting Memories. You can also hear from our volunteers Our Sporting Memories staff teams and dedicated volunteers have played a key role in the development and creation of our dynamic response to the COVID-19 outbreak, week to week and as we look to future evolution. We also work to enhance the lives of younger people, through intergenerational projects. And by working with academic institutes and organisations, we are able to evaluate the positive health and social impact of our work and partnerships. With the support of our partners, we run projects and campaigns. Read about some of our projects and how together we make a difference Our Theory of Change: To build friendships, grow shared identities, connect generations, stimulate minds and extend active and healthy lives Other ways to get involved We have exciting partnership opportunities. Find out more about the Sporting Memories Social Licence Could you make a donation to help support our work? Follow and like us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn – and help us to spread news of our work And don't forget to talk about sport! It's a fantastic way to connect with someone who may be feeling lonely.