Focus Areas


Sport & Physical Activity

Continuing the legacy of the London 2012 games by funding inclusive sport and reaching inactive people

Physical inactivity is one of the largest public health challenges in the UK, with over a quarter of the population classed as physically inactive.

Arts & Culture

Continuing the cultural impact of London 2012 by funding inclusive arts projects which improve individual and community wellbeing.

Arts and cultural participation has a significant role in creating happier people and happier places, but how?

Volunteering & Youth Social Action

Using the platform of events from the major like London 2012 to community events on the doorstep to inspire people into a lifetime of volunteering and social action.

What can we learn from event volunteering about how to strengthen volunteering infrastructure over the long term?


London 2012 established that the UK is a world-class host of events. Our goal is to help ensure that the UK becomes a world leader in the legacy from those events.

Whether taking place in stadiums, village halls, or city streets, events have the power to unite people across divides and improve wellbeing for individuals and communities.


Using the inspiration of the London 2012 Games to advocate for genuine inclusion at the heart of all events, large and small

We believe that events can be powerful tools to deliver a more inclusive society and organisers must address barriers to participation to allow disabled and non-disabled people to attend as equals.