The Invictus Games Foundation is grateful for the ongoing support of our incredible partners and corporate sponsors. Their support enables the Foundation to continue its work promoting the Invictus Games cause and making a profound difference to the lives of wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women around the world, both serving and veteran, and to their families.
The International Sports Promotion Society (ISPS), founded by Dr Haruhisa Handa, is committed to promoting blind and disabled golf worldwide, and believes in the power of sport to inspire positive change in communities across the globe. ISPS has supported the Invictus Games from the inaugural Games in London in 2014 and is very proud to be an Official Partner of the Invictus Games Foundation.
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Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover is proud to have been Presenting Partner of The Invictus Games since its inception in London 2014. Jaguar Land Rover provide financial backing for the Games and a commitment to furthering their legacy of support to the armed forces by helping former military personnel transition into civilian careers through job opportunities. The huge difference that the Games have made to rehabilitation continues to inspire and encourage injured, wounded and ill Servicemen and women. At Jaguar Land Rover we believe that there are many synergies between the Invictus Games and our own brand values.
Jaguar Land Rover has recruited over 700 ex-service men and women since 2013, creating opportunities to employees globally seeking bright futures in the automotive industry.
Superdry is honoured to be sponsoring The Invictus Games Foundation in what will be an evolving and long-term collaborative relationship. A globally recognised brand, known for innovative, technical and meticulously designed product, Superdry was the official clothing supplier for the Invictus Games Foundation and the UK delegation that competed in the Sydney 2018 Invictus Games. We will also develop a legacy programme to support injured Servicemen and women looking to maximise their performance, motivate them throughout their journey and reach their full potential. With brand values that are aligned with those of the Foundation, Superdry’s synergy will be central to their commitment to helping the competitors achieve their best, and to the principles of the Invictus Games.
There But Not There
Remembered’s There But Not There project is proud to be partnering with the Invictus Games Foundation, supporting their objective to use sport to support rehabilitation and ensure that injured veterans are not forgotten.
There But Not There aims to commemorate the fallen of WWI, educate young people today of the sacrifices made 100 years ago and heal today’s veterans, who are suffering from the mental and physical wounds of their service.
Money is raised through the sale of commemorative Tommy figures, made by the ex-servicemen employed by Royal British Legion Industries. A percentage of the profits will be donated to the Invictus Games Foundation to support their vital work.
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