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UK Registered Charity 1117093
Company Number 5947088
Verité Sport exists to promote a Christian presence in sport, to take the teachings of the Bible and to apply them to sport. While Verité Sport is a new missionary organization, its Executive Director, Stuart Weir, has been involved in Sports ministry for over 25 years.


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Overseas projects
While Verite Sport is not a Grant-giving charity, we have supported a large number of projects
Stef Reid MBE
Para athlete and world Champion long-jumper, Stef Reid, was awarde the MBE
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Last updated 17 days ago
Over the past 11 years, Verité Sport has made grants totalling £75,000 to sports projects overseas. Money has gone to over 20 countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. We have sponsored book publication in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Rwanda, DR Congo, read more >
New Book Reviews
Last updated 21 days ago
Wrecking Ball Billy Vunipola, London, Headline, 2018 ISBN 978 14722 43911 read more >
Stef Reid MBE
Last updated 50 days ago
Verite Sport is delighted that Stef Reid has been awarded an MBE in the New Year honours list. Stuart has known Stef for 5 years and been honoured to watch her in two World Championships. 2 Paralympics and a European Championship plus a host of othe read more >
Douglas Smith
Last updated 59 days ago
Douglas Smith, a founding trustee of Verite Sport, serving 2007-2011, died on 5 October 2017. Doug's contribution to the development of Verite Sport was immense. After leaving the board he continued to take a keen interest in the work of the chari read more >
SJA Awards
Last updated 71 days ago
Wheelchair racer, Hannah Cockroft, was named Sportswoman of the Year at the The Sports Journalists’ Association’s Annual Awards, which were first staged in 1949 and are the oldest sports awards in Britain. The winners are chosen through a ballot of read more >