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London Marathon Charitable Trust Grant Funding

The London Marathon Charitable Trust grants in 2020 aim to deliver its vision of inspiring activity and enabling people to become and remain physically active regardless of age, gender, ability, race or background.

View 2017 Video on the work of the Trust.

The Trust has announced £2.6million for Strategic Partnerships Grants, which will allow it to work proactively with organisations across the United Kingdom (including the Trust's core areas of London and Surrey) on ambitious projects that will challenge inequality of access to physical activity and deliver the greatest possible impact across the UK for children and young people, women and girls, BAME communities, people from lower socio-economic groups, older people, and disabled people.

The Trust will announce the recipients of the Strategic Grants in the coming months.

This year the London Marathon celebrates its 40th race on 26 April 2020. The Trust’s work began after the race's founders, Chris Brasher and John Disley, ensured that the surplus from the Marathon and all future events organised by London Marathon Events were gifted to the Trust. Since 1981, it has awarded over £86 million in grants to more than 1,400 projects.

Sir Rodney Walker, Chair of the London Marathon Charitable Trust, said: “The work of The Trust is continuing to go from strength to strength and we are delighted to announce that we have nearly £8million in 2020 to deliver our mission of inspiring activity. Over the next year we look forward to funding more inspiring projects that provide even more people with the opportunity to become and remain physically active.”

Online grant applications are open - apply here.

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