The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust has granted funds to IGF to provide and convene opportunities across sporting activities and physical endeavours that support wounded, injured and sick veterans in their recovery beyond the Games.
Ascot Rehab will be focusing on supporting the IGF ‘Conversation’ during the Invictus Games The Hague 2020, as well as funding part of IGF’s work with the under-resourced smaller nations.
BetterUp is the official mental fitness coaching tool of the Invictus Games Foundation, offering coaching services to our international We Are Invictus community.
The partnership with Boeing will provide funding for the Foundation to continue to inspire the recovery of international wounded, injured and sick veterans and service personnel through the power of sports, esports and adventurous challenges.
Clifford Chance is one of the world’s pre-eminent law firms with significant depth and range of resources across five continents.
The Fisher House Foundation continues its support for the Invictus Games, in particular focusing on the work with friends and family.
Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) have granted IGF with funds to explore the long-term impact of sport participation through an examination of the Invictus Games.
The International Sports Promotion Society (ISPS), founded by Dr Haruhisa Handa, is committed to promoting blind and disabled golf worldwide.
Jaguar Land Rover is proud to have been Presenting Partner of The Invictus Games since its inception in London 2014.
Wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans create Invictus Games ‘Anthem For All’ using assistive technology powered by Microsoft
Superdry is honoured to be sponsoring The Invictus Games Foundation in what will be an evolving and long-term collaborative relationship.
The Royal Society will hold a ‘Transforming our Future’ meeting in March 2020, in collaboration with the Invictus Games Foundation.
The UK Challenge will be fundraising for the Invictus Games Foundation as part of a two-year partnership, the next UK Challenge event is due to take place 16th – 19th June 2022 on the Isle of Man.
The Veterans’ Foundation is a nationwide source of funding to help military charities.
We're extremely grateful to all our supporters and partners, some of which have been there from the beginning since the Invictus Games London 2014! See below for some of the organisations who have been part of our journey along the way, some way or another.
If you would like to find out more about partnering with the Foundation, see our Support Us page.
Hit West End musical, Bat out of Hell – The Musical, developed a wide-ranging partnership to support the Foundation.
On Wednesday 11th September 2019, the Invictus Games Foundation attended BGC’s Partners Charity Day joined by their Patron, the Duke of Sussex.
The Invictus Games Foundation was an Official Charity Partner of the Mitel and MLB Present London Series 2019.
Through the sale of commemorative items, the There But Not There campaign raised funds for military charities and organisations across the globe including the Invictus Games Foundation.