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We Create Legacies Based on the UN SDGs

  • Coaches Across Continents works in 56 countries on 6 continents.
  • We Design, Develop, and Implement Education Outside the Classroom.
  • We impact 16 million children and influence 100,000,000+ consumers.
  • Beyond Sport Global Impact of the Year Award 2018.
  • Coaches Across Continents works with governments, corporations, foundations, and community-based organizations to Design, Develop, and Implement our Education Outside the Classroom programming and create lasting social change based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

    We do this through three unique legacy initiatives:

    1. Corporate and Foundation Legacy Program

    We Design, Develop and Implement CSR & Cause Marketing Initiatives, Employee Engagement, and Foundation Legacy Programs that provide year-round, sustainable social development programs. To date we have brought to life Corporate Legacy Programs in 23 countries on 6 continents including Olympic and World Cup Legacies.
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    Our Corporate Legacy Program has influenced over 100,000,000 consumers


    2. Community and Government Legacy Program

    We Design, Develop and Implement Education Outside the Classroom programs for governments, municipalities, schools, and community-based organizations to create legacies based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We mentor our community partners through our Hat-Trick Initiative, consisting of our ASK for Choice or Chance to Choice pathways.
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    Our Community Legacy Program impacts 16,000,000 children annually


    3. Curriculum Legacy Program

    We Design, Develop and Implement Education Outside the Classroom Curriculum for corporations, governments, community-based organizations, and schools. Our Curriculum and Self-Directed Learning methodology creates social change through play based on the UN SDGs. We can create play-based curriculum for your organization or corporation.
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    Organizations in 103 countries receive curriculum to support 5 UN Global Days