Sport Relief

All Star Games: Birmingham 2022

This August, Sport Relief, Birmingham 2022 and the BBC are coming together to bring you a one off, All-Star version of the Commonwealth Games. Two teams of celebrities and sporting legends captained by Ellie Simmonds OBE and Dame Kelly Holmes are set to get their trainers on and go head-to-head to be crowned Sport Relief All Star Games: Birmingham 2022 Champions, all to raise life-changing money for Sport Relief.


Move 22

This summer, join in with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games by taking on a Move 22 challenge.

Walk or run, use two or four wheels, or mark off your miles in your own creative way. As long as you Move 22, the rest is up to you.

So what are you waiting for? It's Game on.


Sport Relief Lap of Hope

To celebrate this summer’s Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, join schools up and down the UK to raise money for the Sport Relief Lap of Hope. It’s all part of the Bring the Power: School Festival.

Are you ready?

What your money does

Your impact

All year-round, your donations help fund life-changing projects and make a very real difference to people in the UK and around the world. Over the past two years, we have supported 11.7 million people, including Ben, Yvonee and Kate.

Learn how they are changing their lives with your support.

What we do

Our Funding Strategy

Comic Relief invests in community-led projects all year round. We work with medium-size organisations most closely affected by social issues in the UK and globally.

We recognise funding alone isn't enough to bring necessary change, so we're always learning and adopting new tools that help us achieve the greatest impact.

Kate with her dog

Your donation will change lives

Whether it’s a little or a lot, the money raised will help tackle inequality, improve mental health and help young people to survive and thrive. Please give whatever you can and be part of a movement for change. Donate now - It’s Game On.

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We believe that genuine impact needs focus and so we’ve identified four issue areas that are affecting people all around the world today and where we believe we can make the most difference. These are…



1 in 5 people around the world don’t have a safe place to be. We make sure people find a safe place to call home. We also challenge negative attitudes to homelessness and migration.


Every year, millions of children die before their fifth birthday. We help children survive – tackling hunger, disease and abuse. And we help them thrive, working to give them the best possible start in life so they can play, learn and grow up healthy and strong.


Violence and abuse against women and girls is a global epidemic: it affects 1 in 3 women worldwide. We’re working towards a world where women and girls can fulfil their potential, and live free from violence, discrimination and fear.


Every year, close to 1 billion people worldwide experience mental health problems. We help people get access to mental health services. We work to tackle the stigma people with mental health conditions so often face. And we push for governments to do more.