Thanks to the money raised by wonderful people like you, we fund hundreds of organisations which support the most vulnerable people in society. These are the people who will be hit hardest by coronavirus.
We're working to help the organisations we fund do whatever they can to respond to the coronavirus crisis.
We’re offering emergency funding and more flexibility to help organisations reshape their services so they can still be there for the people they help, including; those affected by mental health problems, domestic abuse, children living in poverty and people without a safe place to be, amongst many others.
New funding has already been given to FareShare to help them get more meals to vulnerable people across the UK, so people in our communities do not go hungry.
We’re all facing uncertainty and difficult days ahead, but one thing that hasn’t wavered is the astonishing generosity of our brilliant supporters.
It’s a real ray of light and we really, truly can’t thank you enough.
The Sport Relief 2020 Prize-a-thon is packed with once-in-a-lifetime – ‘no way, you’ve got to be kidding, that can’t be real’ - kind of opportunities.
With unbelievable prizes and experiences dropping weekly, what are you waiting for?
When you donate to Comic Relief or Sport Relief, you’re supporting people living incredibly tough lives in the UK and around the world.
Whether it’s mental health, homelessness, domestic abuse or children struggling to survive - we make it our business to reach people who need it most.
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They did it! The team has completed an incredible 100-mile desert expedition that has pushed them to their limits.
You can watch the documentary The Heat is On: Sport Relief , on iPlayer now.
3 cities. 3 days. 3 triathlons.
They made it! Jo Whiley’s Dare 2 Tri saw the brave team take in all the tough terrain of a rugged outdoor triathlon; with gruelling open water swimming, punishing cycling routes, and energy-sapping runs.