Placeholder

About GAME

GAME is working for social change through youth-led street sports and culture in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

GAME establishes innovative facilities, offers youth-leaders trainings as coaches and role models in street sports and civil society and gives them the opportunity to use entrepreneurship to make positive changes for themselves and for peers and children.

GAME is a top 150 NGO with nearly 20 years of experience in lowering the threshold to the positive social communities of street sports and culture. Together with likeminded partners GAME is empowering children and youth from vulnerable areas and refugee settings.

GAME was founded by Martin Schultz, George M. Goldsmith and Simon Prahm in 2002.

Go to What We Do or Where We Work to learn more on GAME.

Mission
GAME’s mission is to create lasting social change through youth-led street sports and culture.

Vision
GAME strives for a world with equal opportunities for all children and youth.

Values

•    Innovative – Initiating cycles of enduring change
•    Inclusive – Encouraging and engaging broadly
•    Informally professional – Timely grassroots competence
•    Sustainable – Long-term local and global focus

AWARDS
2020: Commended: Making A Difference Award – ESOMAR Foundation
2020: Statens Kunstfond præmiering/The Danish Art Council Award
2019: Winner of the IOC IAKS Award in Gold
2019: Winner of Building of the Year, Sports Architecture, Archdaily
2018: Winner of ISCA Award, ‘Succesful/exemplary partnerships for paved/asphalt spaces’ category
2018: Winner of Beyond Sport Award, ‘Sport for Innovation and Tech’ category
2017: AOK’s Best in Town for Kids
2017: World’s Top 200 NGO’s, NGO Advisor
2014: CSR Awards, CSR Partnership Prize
2013: IAKS Award
2011: AOK’s Best Initiative of the City
2008: Ministry of Integration’s Integration Award
2004: Gerlev Sport’s Award
2003: Copenhagen Municipality’s Integration Award