SportsAid funds young disabled and non-disabled athletes who receive no other forms of financial support. Your donation is absolutely vital to their ability to train and compete.


One-off donation

Your support will help SportsAid to ensure that the country's brightest sporting prospects are able to keep training and competing at their best - inspiring us all through their incredible achievements.

Make a donation

Regular donation

Regular donations can transform the lives of young disabled and non-disabled sports people. These athletes have huge potential but without your help they could end up dropping out of sport.

Regular donation

Please remember to Gift Aid your donations if you are a UK taxpayer to make even more of a difference to SportsAid and the next generation of British athletes.

Download our Gift Aid form here today.

When you do, 25p is automatically added to every pound you donate. The funds then come directly to SportsAid and we will be able to help more young athletes straight away.

Thank you for your support!

Donate by cheque

To make a donation by cheque, please make it payable to 'Sports Aid Trust' and post it to the details below.

Donate in your will

If you have enjoyed sport and would like to help others to do the same, leave a bequest to SportsAid in your will. We welcome sums of any size and there are a number of ways that donations can be arranged. For more information please contact SportsAid's finance manager Ali Nuttycombe on the details below.

Give in memory

SportsAid can create a special fund for you, named in memory of someone in your family, from which the charity's awards can be distributed to help young athletes achieve their ambitions. These awards can be distributed geographically, or by focusing on particular sports or disciplines, such as disability sports, for example. For more information please contact SportsAid's finance manager Ali Nuttycombe on the details below.

Donate today

  • £5 will help one of Britain's best young athletes to get to their next training session
  • £10 will help a disabled footballer to buy a new pair of shinpads
  • £25 will help a young gymnast protect their wrists with a pair of wrist supports
  • £50 will help a young kayaker replace a damaged helmet
  • £100 will help a young athlete get to a physio after an injury
  • £500 will help a young boxer to travel to their next major international competition
  • £1000 will provide a full year's worth of support for a SportsAid athlete


Ali Nuttycombe
21 Bloomsbury Street
London WC1B 3HF