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 delighted to announce we will be supporting Charlotte Ward and Cecilie Andersen as they compete as part of the GBR team at the World Cup Finals in China.
We are pleased to report our campaign raised over £2000 towards supporting our athletes representing GBR at WOC 2019. The Orienteering Foundation have decided to top this up with a further £1000 towards the athletes.
Julian Lailey successfully completed the Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge on Thursday 15th August 2019, raising over £1000 for juniors via the Orienteering Foundation.
The Orienteering Foundation regrets to announce that Malcolm Duncan has decided to step down as a Trustee with immediate effect as he is no longer able to participate fully in meetings and email discussions
We are pleased to hear Julian Lailey will be attempting the Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge and raising money part of which will be for the Orienteering Foundation.
We are proud to be supporting a dedicated fundraising campaign to power the GBR team to the World Orienteering Championships 2019 in Norway.
The Orienteering Foundation is pleased to announce support for another coaching day in the Lakes on Saturday 23rd November 2019, in a similar format to the one back in November 2018 (you can find a review here). We are particularly keen to promote coaching of adult orienteers, who are often under-served, but also welcome groups including juniors. Details of the day are below. Put the date in your diaries, and either sign up as an individual, or think about encouraging your club to attend as a group!