COVID-19 Resource Round Up

updated 11/19/20

Curriculum & Resources for SDP / SBYD Organizations

Sports Philanthropy Network is hosting a series of Town Hall Meetings and Webinars every week to offer guidance and support

Laureus Sport for Good Foundation launches its Virtual Training Camp, a series of online trainings and discussions that allow SBYD professionals to connect and invest in themselves, their programs, and their craft. These weekly web-based, topical trainings and conversations are open to all professionals working in Sport for Good across the country.

Youth Sports Collaborative Network has created a COVID-19 Youth Sports Resource Center with links to curriculum and programming tools

America SCORES is sharing distance learning modules with all SBYD orgs: Check out for links to modules customized for each of their cities
Bay Area: and
DC: and

Up2Us launched their #Up2UsSportsAtHome portal of free resources, videos and virtual training opportunities to help coaches keep their teams physically, socially & emotionally healthy during this time of social distancing and isolation.

Project Play / Aspen Institute is compiling resources, developing reports, and producing webinars for parents, coaches and leaders to respond to the pandemic.

UpMetrics is making their Measurement & Evaluation platform free to all nonprofits through the end of 2020 to help them measure program impact and seamlessly share key metrics to raise funds.

Athletes For Hope is partnering with Classroom Champions to host live Facebook chats five days a week (12:00-12:30 EST) in which athletes go live with teachers, parents and students to discuss mindfulness, healthy living, lead a workout, or talk about another topic of their choosing.

In addition, their #AFHFitAtHome helps kids stay active as schools and nonprofits close their doors to combat COVID-19. Athletes For Hope athlete members will film videos that demonstrate their favorite physical activities (targeted to children with no equipment required) as they also share encouraging messages to inspire kids to stay active and lead healthy lifestyles while at home.
Athletes For Hope - Words of Hope / Fit at Home Videos

Online Physical Education Network (OPEN): As the nation's largest public-service organization serving physical educators, coaches and activity leaders, OPEN is available to help coaches and students deal with extended school closings.
OPEN curriculum can be accessed:

Beyond Sport launched a monthly chat series to provide a space for the global network to share the challenges and the issues they are facing, as well as ideas that can stimulate new thinking and solutions. Funders, brands, NGOs, thought leaders, leagues, educational organizations and more are invited to share, listen and learn as we navigate this time together.

Athletes For Computer Science teaches youth computer science with a program that connects you with professional and college athletes. AFCS is providing live interactive classes and resources for unplugged activities for those with no access to technology.
Live interactive fun computer science training hosted by the Executive Director of Athletes For Computer Science (AFCS) and NFL Super Bowl Champion Ellis Wyms plus a special guests
Weekly: (Tuesdays) 11am PST/1pm CST/2pm EST
April 7, April 14, April 21, April 28, May 5, May 12, May 19, May 26

Positive Coaching Alliance has several resources available:
This highly interactive course provides specific tips and techniques for mastery and continuous improvement in any sport, seizing opportunities to encourage and support teammates, and competing fiercely to win, but only within an ethical context of Honoring the Game. *Please note our athlete course is most appropriate for 12-18-year-olds.

PCA is following participant recommendations to offer additional workshops to schools and youth organizations, partnering with PCA to help them even better serve their communities during this time of school closures and sports cancellations. Each Zoom Video workshop will be facilitated by two certified PCA Trainers. These 60-minute workshops are highly interactive and provide tangible and practical tools, all while allowing coaches to connect and interact.

PCA is currently conducting the following workshops via Zoom:
Double-Goal Coach®: Coaching for Winning and Life LessonsDeveloping The Triple-Impact Competitor®Positive Motivation: Getting the Best from AthletesMastery: Coaching for Peak PerformanceLeading Your Organization: Developing a Positive Coaching

STEM Sports® is proud to offer unique, free/complimentary STEM lessons for anyone’s use at home. If you are a parent, caregiver or similar while implementing at home, you’ll find our newly updated “sequence of lesson” provides an innovative and hands-on level of ease. Additionally, details such as supplies/materials needed, time allotted for lesson, and even jobs that are related to the module are all supplied. We’ve even included the lesson worksheets for your use.
Visit to request a lesson.

Technology Resources for Nonprofits

In difficult times, the world turns to civil society for support. At TechSoup, we're committed to equipping your nonprofit with the technology resources you need to meet your mission, serve your community, and support your staff. These include:
Tools to Support Remote WorkPolicy ResourcesWebinars and WorkshopsEducational Blog PostsFree Courses from TechSoup Details at:

Adaptive Sports Programming

Thanks to All In Sports Consulting

Disabled Sports USA #AdaptatHome library includes both on-demand and webinar opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities.

Their Virtual Adapt2Achieve Leadership Conference 5/12 - 5/15

Wheelpower Adaptive Yoga

International Tennis Federation is offering free access to their coaching Academy courses, including wheelchair tennis.

Cerebral Palsy Sport is providing resources to #StayInWorkOut

Dare2tri virtual cycling and virtual strength training workouts each week Monday through Thursday

US Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) Is offering a video series through its Facebook page that focuses on Staying Fit While Staying Put

Adaptive Adventures events page has a variety of Zoom-based fitness programs

Sports Industry & Sports Philanthropy Efforts

The Nike fitness app offers more than 185 workouts, each 15 to 45 minutes long; Nike is also offering wellness tips on its website and social media outlets.
Details at:

Adidas is offering free premium access to its training and running apps for the next three months. The free app membership includes a “Fit From Home” challenge that anyone from around the world can join in on a collective goal of staying active. The Adidas virtual community also will offer live sessions on topics including meditation, yoga, HIIT, and nutrition. For a schedule of virtual events, users are encouraged to visit @adidasrunners on Instagram or follow local Adidas Facebook groups.

Asics has opened access to the Asics Studio at-home workout app to anyone free of charge as part of its response to COVID-19. The mobile fitness app, powered by Runkeeper, offers on-demand workouts with trainer-led audio, curated playlists and visual cues.

Goggles for Docs is an effort to get used or new goggles into the hands of healthcare workers who currently have no eye protection as they treat COVID-19 patients. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, shop, or manufacturer and have goggles to donate, use the link below to find where to send your goggles.

Burton Performer Program now available to the Healthcare Industry.
Previously offered to outdoor industry groups and employees, we’re happy to expand our Burton Performer family to those who work in the healthcare industry. By joining the program, you’ll receive 50% off all Burton products, so when you’ve made it through the front lines, you can enjoy your own line in the mountains. If you don't work in the healthcare industry, but know someone who does, let them know so we can help as many people as possible.