Right To Play to be official charity partner of British Athletics
A new partnership between Right To Play and British Athletics has been announced today. The children’s education charity and the UK’s governing body for athletics are teaming up to inspire athletics fans to give vulnerable children around the world a sporting chance in life.
Right To Play will be the official charity partner for British Athletics at their events in the UK, including the Müller Anniversary Games at the London Stadium this summer. The Anniversary Games is one of the top annual athletics meets and will play host to many of the world’s leading athletes.
Right To Play and British Athletics first partnered at the 2016 Müller Anniversary Games, attended by 80,000 people and featuring athletics superstars, Usain Bolt, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Mo Farah.