Kit for All is about offering recycled and pre-loved sports kit to individuals and families who need it, for free. Why? To make sport and physical activity more accessible for more people and to help the environment.
Who can start a Kit for All project?
Anyone can set up a project, even on a small scale, such as encouraging kit drives within clubs or schools. sportscotland are keen to support, facilitate and equip partners to set up their own Kit for All initiatives locally and you can find out more about how to set up a project on this page.
See the video below for some initial tips from Roy McPherson (Aberdeenshire), Lesley Spence (Shetland), Aileen Stuart (Highlands) and Euan from the Young People's Sport Panel on setting up a Kit for All project.
You can view our FAQs on setting up a Kit for All project.
Partners and community
Kit for All creates an opportunity to work with other local partners, such as your local authority, local community organisations, neighbourhood support, family centres, schools or housing association.
For some people buying new sports kit can be a financial burden and Kit for All aims to remove the expense of new kit as a barrier to participation. It also promotes a more sustainable way of living and is one way that sports organisations can take steps to support the environment.