About Sports Doing Good

Sports Doing Good, a property of The Kaur Group, is built on the idea of sports being fun, inspirational and being a tool for positive social change. The concept and practice of corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship are now rooted firmly in the mindset and actions of thousands of individuals, companies and organizations around the globe. This website is part of a movement to both drive the growth of and highlight the good work already being done by those in and around sports.

Our goal is to have Sports Doing Good be a portal housing original content and excerpts from and links to the increasing number of articles, websites, video, and other sources that showcase the good in sports and and its relation to social responsibility.*  We aim to celebrate those concepts, activities, events, and individuals by highlighting them for a wider audience. Much of the news today, whether sports related or not, is incredibly negative and increasingly polarized, biased, and quite annoying. We are trying to refocus some of the discussion on the good related to the world of sports. sportsballs

*Note: In addition to sports and social responsibility, this overall movement is also captured by terms such as sport and development, sports philanthropy, and sports and social entrepreneurship, amongst others, but the basic concept is the use of sports to improve our lives and the lives of individuals and communities worldwide.

Our mission is to have Sport Doing Good be a consistent, and significant, contributor to the area of sports, social responsibility and development. We look forwarding to partnering with other stakeholders when it comes to the creation and/or sponsorship of athletic and service events, knowledge sharing, conferences/seminars, and/or having a commercial arm that will produce apparel and accessories.

We invite you to post comments, send in guest pieces for publication, and/or email us with suggestions about the content and format of the website and opportunities to work together.

Thank you.

Sab Singh

9 thoughts on “About Sports Doing Good

  1. Charnjit Singh

    Love the website. It is my #1 bookmark.

  2. Hi Mr. Singh:

    I just came across your website and found it to be a great source of information on the world of sports philanthropy. I wanted to bring our program to your attention. When you have some time please visit us at http://www.drsea.org

    Harold Mendez
    Chairman of the Board of Trustees/Co-Founder, DRSEA

  3. I would love for you to include information about our team: Team4HIVHope. Last year, for the first time, HIV positive cyclists participated openly in Race Across America, and we are returning for a second year. We want to show that with the right treatment, anything is possible. This year we are raising funds for the AIDS Policy Project, an organization actively seeking a cure for HIV/AIDS.
    We have a facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/team4hivhope a twitter feed and our own website at http://www.team4hivhope.com

  4. You have a logo for antibullying that I googled. I am interested in using it for a step show at our school. Please let me know if this will be ok

  5. Sure. Please note that it is not my logo. I found it and just used it in the posting.

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  8. Emmanuel Dembele

    I really appreciate ideas expressed in this page. Reseau Kids Football shares the same vision about the use of sports for positive social impact. We are interested in having solid partnership with sports based organizations around the world for children well being, peace building and for development.
    Best regards!

    Emmanuel Dembele

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