Past Programmes

A catalyst for long-term impact

Over the years, our programmes have supported a broad and ambitious spectrum of activities, bringing people, ideas and resources together to understand issues, explore creative solutions and be a catalyst for long-term impact. Our overall ambition is for the programmes to grow and expand within The Foundation, before successfully becoming their own independent charities or aligning with other charities in similar areas to support and grow other charities in similar sectors.

Coach Core Foundation

To help more young people in the UK become involved with sport, we created Coach Core, an apprenticeship scheme aimed to inspire 16-24 year olds to take on ambitious new qualifications to become the next generation of sports coaches or to go into further education and employment. Now Coach Core is growing steadily in the UK, a foundation in it’s own right with 14 cities currently up and running.

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Coach Core Foundation

To help more young people in the UK become involved with sport, we created Coach Core, an apprenticeship scheme aimed to inspire 16-24 year olds to take on ambitious new qualifications to become the next generation of sports coaches or to go into further education and employment. Now Coach Core is growing steadily in the UK, a foundation in it’s own right with 14 cities currently up and running.

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Royal Foundation

Endeavour Fund

The Endeavour Fund was established by The Duke of Sussex in 2012 when he was patron of The Royal Foundation. Since the time of its inception, the Endeavour Fund has granted over £3,000,000 across over 100 endeavour activities that have supported over 6,000 wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans (WIS) to re-engage with sport or adventurous challenge after sustaining injury or falling ill during their time in the military. The Endeavour Fund has been transferred across from The Royal Foundation and into the work of the Invictus Games Foundation.

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Endeavour Fund

The Endeavour Fund was established by The Duke of Sussex in 2012 when he was patron of The Royal Foundation. Since the time of its inception, the Endeavour Fund has granted over £3,000,000 across over 100 endeavour activities that have supported over 6,000 wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans (WIS) to re-engage with sport or adventurous challenge after sustaining injury or falling ill during their time in the military. The Endeavour Fund has been transferred across from The Royal Foundation and into the work of the Invictus Games Foundation.

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Royal Foundation

Invictus Games Foundation

On a trip to the Warrior Games in the USA in 2013, HRH The Duke of Sussex saw first-hand how the power of sport can help physically, psychologically and socially those suffering from injuries and illness. He was inspired by his visit and the Invictus Games was born within The Royal Foundation. Now an annual event and a foundation in its own right, Invictus has grown over the years. In 2018, over 1189 individuals registered their interest to take part in the training camps and trials with the aim of making the team for the Sydney Games.

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Invictus Games Foundation

On a trip to the Warrior Games in the USA in 2013, HRH The Duke of Sussex saw first-hand how the power of sport can help physically, psychologically and socially those suffering from injuries and illness. He was inspired by his visit and the Invictus Games was born within The Royal Foundation. Now an annual event and a foundation in its own right, Invictus has grown over the years. In 2018, over 1189 individuals registered their interest to take part in the training camps and trials with the aim of making the team for the Sydney Games.

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