Helping today’s young athletes become tomorrow’s sporting heroes

Everyone who sponsors or donates to SportsAid makes a difference. We’re furthering British athletes and improving sporting outcomes not only for individuals, but also the nation.

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“The SportsAid award is hugely appreciated and will help me massively with this year’s competitions.”

Ilse Taylor Owen, Para-Equestrian

Our mission

SportsAid is the leading charity for supporting young, talented athletes at the start of their journey, giving them the means to improve, compete and go on to succeed at the highest level. With HRH The Princess of Wales as our patron, everyone involved is passionate about seeing young people achieve their full potential.

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Want to get involved?

Maybe you’ve been to an event, love what we stand for and want to become part of this. There are many opportunities to get involved with SportsAid through sponsorship, donating, fundraising and showing your support in other ways.


Want to stage an event to raise money for SportsAid? We’d love to hear about it. We’ll work out how to present your event and our endorsement so it’s a win-win.

#MyMiles Challenge

The #MyMiles Challenge is inspired by SportsAid athletes, who cover around 40 miles in their training every week alongside their school or university schedule, homework assignments, time with family and social lives.

Challenge Events

SportsAid has several places available for some huge events; London Marathon, Great North Run, Tough Mudder, Ride London. Apply now to take part.

SportsAid Fellowship

The SportsAid Fellowship is an exclusive club of influential individuals who support the future of British sport through the charity.

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Updates on the achievements, events and stories across our region’s groups and athletes.

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