Entries by UTS GB

Brilliant Book Benefits United Through Sport

Thanks to a genius spark of imagination and a very different slant on travel writing, Emily Monk, a Ghana volunteer, has raised nearly £3000 for United Through Sport. Her book ‘Don’t Tell Mum: Hair-raising Messages Home from Gap-year Travellers’ has been selling like hotcakes, and she has generously donated a large sum to the charity […]

Football Team Fully Equipped

A local township football team on the famous South African Garden Route was this month fully equipped with crucial kit thanks to a £500 grant from United Through Sport. The team is a vital social lifeline for a group of poverty-affected children between the ages of 8 and 13. With the help of the charity, […]

DJs Play at Play for United Through Sport

On 25th October 2005, seven house DJs played to a crowd of 200 revellers at Play Bar in Clerkenwell, London. The event raised over £600 for United Through Sport. The free-entry event was a great success and was aided by the change of the clocks which allowed the late licences to carry on a little […]

Military Challenge Raises £600

On 22nd October 2005, a group of strapping young lads embarked on a 7 mile marine style assault course, consisting of a 4 mile run, muddy bogs, underwater tunnels, freezing pools and a few surprises besides! The event raised over £600 for United Through Sport. Many thanks to Andrew Platt, Richard Webley, Andrew McGinnigal, Chris […]