We are the Orienteering Foundation, a charity that promotes and supports orienteering, to bring all the benefits this amazing sport has to offer the people of the UK, and to ensure that our sport is here for the enjoyment of generations to come. The Orienteering Foundation is a registered charity (number 1118793) independent of British Orienteering, set up originally with a bequest from Bertie and Elsie Ward in 2006.
The Orienteering Foundation is run by a Chair and a Board of Trustees. See Meet the Board for names and biographies of the Chair and all the Trustees.
We are supported by a network of Ambassadors, many of whom are also Trustees. See Meet our Ambassadors for biographies.
Feel free to reach out to any of us to discuss any aspect of our work, including donations, and grant applications. See Getting in Touch to find your nearest Ambassador or Trustee and their contact details. Alternatively you can also talk to our administrator Viv Macdonald,
If you want to get in touch, the best way is to contact the Orienteering Foundation Ambassador for your association. Many of these are also Trustees on the Board of the Orienteering Foundation.
Our strategic goal is to "Deliver meaningful and effective support to the development and continuance of orienteering". Here we present the background behind our strategy, and how we intend to accomplish it over the next 5 years (2020 - 2024). This will guide how we operate as a charity and where we plan to spend our time.
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We are the Orienteering Foundation, a charity that promotes and supports orienteering, to bring all the benefits this amazing sport has to offer the people of the UK, and to ensure that our sport is here for the enjoyment of generations to come. Read on to find out more about what we stand for and care about.
Viv Macdonald, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Orienteering Foundation (c/o British Orienteering)
Scholes Mill, Old Coach Road, Tansley, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5FY
The Board currently consists of seven orienteers who have competed in and served the sport for many years. Read on for biographies of our trustees.
Our Orienteering Foundation ambassadors provide a vital role in keeping in touch with clubs and individuals in their respective regions.
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