Sport Relief is a high profile charitable fundraiser with dual aims of mobilising the British population while raising funds for those in need.
It is inspiring to see sport and entertainment as a platform for social responsibility. Join in the spectrum of activities for this year’s March 18-20 Sport Relief 2016.
Do yourself proud
“Of all the money raised by the public through Sport Relief, 50% is used to make a difference, right here at home, in the UK. The other 50% goes towards transforming lives across the world’s poorest communities”
Find out more about how the money raised is used. #THISSTUFFWORKS on the Sport Relief website includes this great graphic and videos on how “Your generosity has changed countless people’s lives in a big way”
Sport Relief Mile
The Sport Relief Mile was created to give the campaign a focus with an event that was open to anyone to run, walk, jog, wheel, bounce or crawl, regardless of ability or age. There is also now swimathon and cycle events so everyone can participate.
On March 20, 2016 there are special flagship Mile events taking place in six major cities across the UK; Belfast, Cardiff, Glasgow, London, Norwich or Sheffield.
In this Olympic year we wish the very best for those involved in the Rio Olympics We also reflect on the legacy from the London2012 Olympics. It is all the more fitting that the television coverage is from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
We are delighted that the Lee Valley Whitewater Centre in Waltham Cross, which hosted the Olympic canoe slalom is one of the venues and sports that has left a sustained and growing legacy. The venue hosted the 2015 International Canoe Federation Canoe Slalom World Championships.
You can follow Sport Relief on their excellent responsive, secure website. They have also harnessed the power of social media channels with 231,000 followers on Facebook, almost 800,000 on Twitter, 378,000 subscribers on YouTube, 77,000 on Google+ and 46,000 followers on Instagram.
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Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).