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Working for everyone in the sport and physical activity sector

We have created this hub as a place where we can bring together advice and practical assistance on Covid-19, including generous offers of support from many of our partners.

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CIMSPA is looking to understand how the sport and physical activity workforce is recovering from the economic impact resulting from Covid-19 and the associated imposed restrictions. This understanding is vital in being able to shape the support given to the workforce. If you work in the UK’s sport and physical activity sector, please take a few moments to complete this survey. COMPLETE THE SURVEY

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CIMSPA Supporters

See the whole CIMSPA Stronger Together Supporter directory here



Get involved

CIMSPA is co-ordinating sector offers to help the sport and activity workforce during the coronavirus pandemic. Visit our Stronger Together area to submit your supporter application.

Already a partner?
All Stronger Together support offers must be submitted through the application form, including our existing partners. But, if you are a CIMSPA partner make sure to get in contact with your relationship manager to let us know and we can fast-track your application.

If you are a non-partner and would like more information on becoming a CIMSPA Stronger Together supporter please email Phill Wright at

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