Champion Announcement: Todd Clever

Atlas is delighted to announce Todd Clever as our latest rugby champion. Read more

Half way there!

The ICB team have now reached the half way point on their cycling challenge, having cycled a total of 80,000km. Read more

Changing lives in Southern Kenya

Most of our children in Southern Kenya live in desperate poverty with little access to clean sanitation or any decent education. As a result, many children fall helplessly into gangs, crime, drugs and alcohol in their early years, further worsening their circumstances. Read more

Happy International Women's Day!

Every year on March 8th people come together to celebrate International Women’s Day. It is a day to globally recognise female achievement and a call to action to stand up for women’s rights and gender equality. Read more

Training Session on Fish Hoek Beach in Cape Town

A small group of Atlas boys and girls were recently treated to a training session on Fish Hoek Beach in Cape Town.  Coach Frank and Coach Xolani accompanied the children for a well-deserved outing and training session on the beach. A first for some of them. Read more

Happy National Girls & Women in Sports Day!

Happy National Girls and Women in Sports Day! Read more

Young entrepreneur raises £1100 for Atlas through his own t-shirt business

11 Year Old Zac Wood Raises £1100 for Atlas, after establishing his own brand 'Zace'. Read more

Out with the Old (2020) and in with the New (2021)

Check out our new logo for 2021. Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

From all the team here at Atlas, we wish you Happy and Healthy New Year. Read more

Atlas' DigiBus for South Africa

After the success of our first DigiBus in Kenya, plans have already begun to build our second DigiBus for our children in South Africa. This time you can get involved and help us build the bus. Read more

Matt Ratana Unsung Hero SPOTY

Sgt Matt Ratana named Unsung Hero winner at Sports Personality of the Year 2020. Read more

Springbok Women’s Captain, Babalwa Latsha, visits Masiphumelele

A great honour to have the Springbok Women’s Captain, Babalwa Latshe, join in our training session at Masiphumelele. Read more

Team Talk back in schools.

It's been wonderful to see Team Talk Kenya being allowed back into schools, after time away due to Covid-19. Read more

Maro Itoje speaks to CNN about his work with Atlas

It is wonderful to see Atlas Trustee, Maro Itoje, and Atlas Rugby Champions, Humphrey Kayange and Simon Shaw, feature in CNN's latest 'African Voices Changemakers' Read more

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to our wonderful team in America! We are so grateful for everything you do. Read more

The Brains Behind The DigiBus

How does one think of turning a London City Bus into a Mobile Digital Classroom? We ask Simon Shaw MBE, the brains behind the DigiBus, exactly where his idea came from. Read more

Matt Ratana Memorial Reaches £100k in a weekend

The Matt Ratana Memorial reaches £100k in a weekend Read more

World in Union 2020

Joanna Forest's World In Union in memory of Matt Ratana. Read more

Ocean View's First Ever Rugby Pitch

With brand new rugby posts and a rugby playing field to be proud of, Masiphumelele High School can now facilitate Atlas rugby coaching and practice on their new pitch. Sponsored by The Atlas Foundation, QS Solutions & Nussbaum Foundation, this facility has brought immense pride and dignity to the school and visiting teams with this first set of rugby posts in that community. Next up for the Atlas Foundation, is the neighbouring community of Ocean View. Read more

Atlas's Digibus for Kenya

Today on World Humanitarian Day we wanted to share with you the incredible progress that has been made on our now fully operational Kenyan Digibus. Read more

Piggybacking on Sport: An investigation into scaling up in small sports non-governmental organisations.

Oli Woodcock was the third intern we welcomed on board to Atlas as our Marketing and Communications Officer in 2018. Inspired by his time at Atlas, Oli went on to write his final year dissertation on the scaling up of small sports organizations using Atlas as a case study. Read more