Stacey is deeply passionate about making a difference and using sport for good. As an ambassador for three charities, plus her community projects and activism around equality, this activity has led to recognition both within and beyond sport.

Awards and Activism

Stacey runs free weekly boxing sessions for students at a Manchester high school, she has raised over £20,000 for the Reuben's Retreat charity, £2,000 for the Make-a-wish foundation, volunteered at homeless shelters, youth detention centres, domestic violence support groups, organised a sports, reading and aspiration project for children and delivered sports sessions for women and children at the Dunkirk and Calais refugee camps in France.

Stacey Copeland Community Service Award, St Edward's University, 2011
This award was named in Stacey's honour and is awarded to an athlete every year who demonstrates a commitment to community work alongside sport.
Tameside Sports awards athlete of the year, 2015
Sky Sports Game Changer Project Of The Year nominee, 2015
Stars In Our Schools award, 2016
Northern Power Women future list, 2017
Manchester International Women's Festival community award, 2016
We Are The City rising star in sport award, 2018
Sunday Times Grassroots Project Of The Year Nominee, 2018
Women's Sports Trust Role Model Of The Year, 2018
Fight shorts placed on permanent display in the Pankhurst Centre
Strong Manchester Women poster campaign, 2019
Northern Power Women Agent Of Change highly commended award, 2019
Tameside Certificate Of Achievement in the Mayor of Tameside honours, 2018
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