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Commonwealth Sport Foundation


Support the Commonwealth Sport Foundation (CSF) with a small donation as part of your purchase and help us lead the world in sport and social change. With your donation, you are helping the CSF, the official charity of Commonwealth Sport, to harness the power of sport to change lives.

Birmingham 2022 is the Games for Everyone. The Games will shine a light on a young and incredibly diverse city and bring the best in the world to the city of Birmingham to perform, compete and inspire. It will capture the imagination of an audience of more than one billion across the world. With your help, however, it will be so much more than 11 days of spectacular sport.

A small donation to the CSF will support charities and voluntary organisations who are playing a crucial role in the post-pandemic recovery at a time when it’s needed most, your donation will also help tackle inequality and important global issues across the Commonwealth. 

Your donation will help the Commonwealth Sport Foundation provide support to school-leavers in Africa to develop skills and leadership; empower young women through netball in rural communities across Zambia; provide fresh, clean water to athletes in Sri Lanka and protect the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australian sport. These are just some of the initiatives that a small donation can help drive.

Your donation will go directly to the Commonwealth Sport official charity which will use the platform of sport and the Commonwealth Games to help local, regional and Commonwealth citizens and communities who are faced with urgent issues and challenges relating to poverty, social, racial and gender inequality, conflict, climate change and discrimination.

Commonwealth Sport Foundation

Thank you for your donation, to learn more about what the Commonwealth Sport Foundation do, please visit us here

100% of all donations made will be received by the Commonwealth Sport Foundation which is registered charity 1173238 in England and Wales.