​IAAF World Championships London 2017 

Charity Partner​​​​

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Right To Play and the IAAF World Champi​onships London 2017 are putting disadva​ntaged children at the heart of this World Championships to showcase the positive impact that sport and play can have on your lives.

Our goal is to raise enough funds during this event to provide 100,000 children in Africa, Asia and the Middle East with the right to play.

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Visit us at the Hero Village at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, from Friday 4th August to Sunday 13th August 2017.

Our Athlete Ambassadors​​​

As a charity that has sport and play at its core, our Athletes Ambassadors represent the positive power of sport and raise awareness of our work.

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Over ten spectacular days, the world’s best athletes will light up the stadium, including Right To Play Athlete Ambassadors: Allyson Felix ​(USA) and Anouk Vetter (Netherlands).

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Changing children's lives through sport and play

We believe every child deserves the chance to succeed and thrive. 

Right To Play is the only global development organisation focused exclusively on using the power of play to transform the lives of children and young people. 

We reach over one million children every week across 16 countries in some of the poorest communities in the world.

 

Now is your chance to transform the lives of children affected by conflict, disease and poverty​. 

It costs just £30 to give one child access to play-based learning for a whole year.

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