Psychological capital – Hope, resilience, optimism, self-efficacy
Removal of barriers for low participation groups through outreaching and trusting relationships – bridging and bonding.
Ownership and empowerment – feeling valued
Creation of agency – to act independently and morally. Able to reflect and react.
Stronger relationships – family, friends, community, other groups.
Challenging stereotypes and dispelling myths
Integration - happier and feel part of the community.
Social capital – greater networks, building opportunities, trust, reciprocity, a shared value system
Human capital – skills, knowledge, experience and knowhow.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE WE ARE REACHING TO
Social housing residents – priority within 2-mile radius
Young carers / looked after
children / homeless.
Right Development Foundation known as RDF established in 2010, was founded in London by Lamar Roberts, with the vision in mind of using basketball to bring communities together, to develop social action and restore relationships within families; keeping in mind that helping those in need is always a top priority for us as a foundation.