The future of our sport is in jeopardy. With shrinking junior numbers, diminishing pools of experienced volunteers, increases in costs of running events and problems with access to some of our best technical areas, orienteering is under increasing pressure. The Orienteering Foundation is here to help ensure that our favourite sport continues to be a great source of adventure, challenge and community spirit. This month we launch the 1%er Legacy Programme, which asks "Would you be willing to gift just 1% of your estate to the future of orienteering?" Read more here.
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The Orienteering Foundation is most appreciative of a generous donation of £500 from Saxons Orienteering club.
Today saw the launch of the Scottish Orienteering Youth Leader (SOYL) award in Perth, supported by a grant from the Orienteering Foundation
The Orienteering Foundation is proud to have supported JROS and the Lagganlia camp for many years, often with a particular focus on young coach development at the camp, and it is great to see this brought to life by the video.
Huge thanks to everyone who contributed to the fundraising campaign to support the GBR team at WOC 2018 in Latvia.
Earlier this year the Orienteering Foundation supported Will Gardner along with four other athletes at the European Orienteering Champs in Switzerland. Will tells us about his experiences, how the support received helped his preparations, and the ups and downs of the competition itself.
We are proud to be supporting a dedicated fundraising campaign to power the GB team to the World Orienteering Champs 2018 in Latvia.
Many of you will have heard about GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) which comes into force on May 25th, 2018. The Orienteering Foundation needs to be compliant to GDPR, and this news item explains what we are doing in this regard.