Creating Active Communities Through The Sport of Basketball
London Basketball Association (LBA) was created in 2012 to create legacy after the Olympics, as well as to make a positive change in society through the sport of basketball in London.
The LBA is brightening the future of the youth by organising basketball activities; tournaments, leagues and scrimmages. LBA has a huge focus on youths, however they offer activities for people in various age groups. The charity is building the basketball workforce through their ROCs (Referee, Table Officials and Coaches) program. These are qualification courses for people of different ages and backgrounds. These qualification courses prepare people to become professional basketball coaches, referees and table officials and afterwards, once certified, the LBA offers them paid jobs to put these new skills into practice.
As well as that, the LBA offers a volunteering and internships scheme to allow individuals the opportunity to gain more experience and build their future. Through the activities the LBA provides, they are focussed on making a significant positive change in areas such as employment, substance misuse and wellbeing. Their goal is to empower people and develop things such as confidence and intellectual flexibility.
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