Sport Relief and the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

Sport Relief, United By 2022 and the Commonwealth Sport Foundation are excited to be teaming up as official charity partners to celebrate an incredible Summer of sport at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

We’re joining forces to inspire the nation through our shared love of sport, using this momentous sporting event as an opportunity to raise money to change lives for the better.

Text that says It's Game On with logos for Sport Relief, Commonwealth sport foundation and United by 2033 Legacy Charity

Together, we’re working to empower local change-makers in Birmingham, across the UK, around the Commonwealth and beyond to raise money to take on important issues, including tackling inequality, improving mental health and helping young people to survive and thrive.

Comic Relief intends to split all proceeds equally between Comic Relief and registered charities United by Birmingham 2022 Legacy Charity and Commonwealth Sport Foundation.

Get Involved with Sport Relief

No matter your sport or sporting ability, we can all make an impact. So it’s time to lace up those old trainers, slip on those socks and sweatbands and get fundraising, donating and moving for change. There are so many ways to get involved.

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, with two teams of celebrities and sporting legends captained by Ellie Simmonds OBE and Dame Kelly Holmes 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.

Fundraising

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.

Fundraising

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?