The Sports Trust Golf Challenge
Sports Court Handover - Petra Diamonds- Cullinan
Robben Island Experience
Saldhana Community Cycle Race
The Sports Trust Corporate Quiz
Aphelela Jileka - Winner of Youth Race 10km race - Female
De Doorns Community Cycle Race and 5km Fun Run

What We Do

The Sports Trust acts as an implementation partner to its Trustees, Government (The National Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa), Stakeholders & donors by:

  • Building or installing sports facilities
  • Distributing Sporting Equipment and kit
  • Providing effective delivery of sustainable sports development projects

These services are delivered as follows:

  • Into disadvantaged communities, predominantly schools
  • According to the funder’s requirements to ensure they achieve their CSI outcomes
  • To support the objectives set out in the National Sports Plan

What We Do

The Sports Trust acts as an implementation partner to its Trustees, Government (The National Department of Sport and Recreation South Africa), Stakeholders & donors by:

  • Building or installing sports facilities
  • Distributing Sporting Equipment and kit
  • Providing effective delivery of sustainable sports development projects
 These services are delivered as follows:
  • Into disadvantaged communities, predominantly schools
  • According to the funder’s requirements to ensure they achieve their CSI outcomes
  • To support the objectives set out in the National Sports Plan
Testimonials

“There are only two people who can take credit for the success of the Sports Trust cyclists so far and that is Mike Tippet of the Sports Trust and Sharief Peters of Cape Town Giants Cycling Club. Mike and Sharief are the driving force of Sports Trust cycling, no-one else.  The road commission of WP Cycling has to a lesser extent assisted in organising events outside its geo-political jurisdiction but we can’t take credit for the Sports Trusts success. We can provide the means for cyclists to compete and we will continue to support as best as we can.”

Graham Ward, WP Cycling

“This demonstrates the important work being done on the ground. The work that we in Cycling SA need to strengthen our numbers, broaden our base, transform and develop our sport and most importantly reach the untapped talent in the schools. This is an indication of the hard working being done by the Sports Trust. They are reaching our schools in the communities and presenting community events. They want to take these young girls and boys to the next level, and are working with Western Cape cycling to achieve this and are already reaping rewards with their youth being taken up in the WC team for the youth events.”

William Newman, President of Cycling SA

Testimonials

“This demonstrates the important work being done on the ground. The work that we in Cycling SA need to strengthen our numbers, broaden our base, transform and develop our sport and most importantly reach the untapped talent in the schools. This is an indication of the hard working being done by the Sports Trust. They are reaching our schools in the communities and presenting community events. They want to take these young girls and boys to the next level, and are working with Western Cape cycling to achieve this and are already reaping rewards with their youth being taken up in the WC team for the youth events.

William Newman – President of Cycling SA

 “There are only two people who can take credit for the success of the Sports Trust cyclists so far and that is Mike Tippet of the Sports Trust and Sharief Peters of Cape Town Giants Cycling Club. Mike and Sharief are the driving force of Sports Trust cycling, no-one else.  The road commission of WP Cycling has to a lesser extent assisted in organising events outside its geo-political jurisdiction but we can’t take credit for the Sports Trusts success. We can provide the means for cyclists to compete and we will continue to support as best as we can.”

Graham Ward – WP Cycling