Where your money goes

Since 1999, with your help we’ve raised over £100m for Comic Relief!

By supporting Sport Relief, you helped to change lives forever. The money raised will be spent by Comic Relief right here in the UK, and across some of the world’s poorest countries, helping vulnerable and disadvantaged people to turn their lives around.

Find out where your Sport Relief money goes

Helping people in the UK

In total, Comic Relief helps to fund more than 2,000 projects across the UK. Wherever you live in the UK, the chances are you’re within 30 miles of a Comic Relief-funded project.

Helping people internationally

Your Sport Relief cash also helps change lives in the world’s poorest communities.

The money raised for Sport Relief is used by Comic Relief to transform lives, here at home and across the world’s poorest communities. In the UK, your money could give shelter to young people living on the streets and protection to those living with domestic abuse.

In Bangladesh your money could help feed children without a home, in Africa it could provide communities with life- saving vaccines and in Brazil it could enable teenagers living in a slum to access training to increase their chances of finding work. And all that is just for starters.

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What your Sport Relief fundraising could buy
in the UK

Caring for the elderly

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£2 could enable a person living with dementia to take part in an interactive activity, providing them with the opportunity to socialise, exercise their cognitive skills and have fun.

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Caring for the homeless

where your money goes£4 could pay for three meals for a person living on the streets in the UK.

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Caring for people with mental health issues

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£5 could pay the travel costs for a UK veteran with mental health issues to attend a local support group.

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Caring for young people

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£8 could pay for a one-to-one tutorial session for a disadvantaged young person in the UK who is falling behind at school.

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Caring for people with disability

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£10 could pay for a support session for a young person in the UK with a disability to help improve their communication skills.

 

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Providing art sessions

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£30 could help a young person in the UK with mental health issues work through their problems with a therapeutic art session.SR-line

Providing sport sessions

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£50 could train a volunteer to provide sport sessions and mentoring for disadvantaged young people living in a deprived area of the UK.SR-line

Caring for people dealing with domestic abuse

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£75 could run an interactive workshop for 100 young people in the UK on how to deal with domestic abuse and where to seek help.

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Training volunteers

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£100 could train a volunteer to provide one-to-one support to children in the UK who have been devastated by the loss of a parent or sibling.

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Around the world

Caring for children living on the streets

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Just £1 could buy a hot nutritious meal for five children living on the streets of Bangladesh.

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Providing legal support

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£2 could help a woman being abused in Uganda to access legal support, to help her escape her desperate situation.

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Providing learning support

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£3 could pay for a learning support session for a child with a disability in Zambia.

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 Providing vaccinations

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£4 could fully vaccinate a child in Africa/Uganda against five deadly childhood diseases.

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 Providing health care

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£20 could train a health worker in Kenya in essential health care for people living with HIV.

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Giving people financial independence

Deborah, owner of GenyDeby hair salon poses for a picture outside her shop in the outskirts of the Kibera slum

£30 could help a woman living in poverty in Kenya to set up a small business, helping her gain financial independence and provide for her family.

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Providing vocational courses

Child reading a book

£50 could enable a teenager living in a Brazilian slum to complete a vocational course and increase their chances of finding work.

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Providing business support

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£100 could enable a vulnerable young person to set up a farming business in Uganda, so they can work their own way out of poverty.

 

 

 

 

Find out more facts and figures about where your money goes.

How everyone got involved in Sport Relief 2016

 

Sport Relief is an initiative of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland).