Invictus Games Foundation publishes new Impact Report
We’ve been sharing our new impact report with partners and supporters, and now we’re publishing it for all to see. Take a look at the Invictus Games Foundation’s new impact report that tells the story of the development of the Invictus Games, and all the work we’re now doing to support the recovery and rehabilitation of international wounded, injured and sick Service personnel and veterans.
You can read the report online here or get a copy of the pdf here.
The report looks at how it all began, and the inspiration behind the Invictus Games London 2014 from our Patron the Duke of Sussex, which led to the formation of the Invictus Games Foundation, and on to the Games in Orlando, Toronto, Sydney and soon The Hague and Düsseldorf.
It’s not just about the Games, of course, as they represent a step on the journey to recovery and there’s much more to do to generate opportunities for our international cohort to rediscover their sense of purpose and future, post injury. We’ve recalibrated our mission and incorporated our friends at the Endeavour Fund – and during Lockdown, we have opened up opportunities to digitally compete and take part in active esports, and we are working on plans to offer further adventurous challenge to support international wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans in the future.
There are so many incredible examples of men and women who have come through the Invictus Games and gone on to take big leaps in their recovery journey further, and many more whose voices we need to share in the future. The Games continue to provide a catalyst for sport recovery opportunities internationally, as well as inspire wider society through the demonstration of resilience shown by those taking part.
As a relatively young charity, you can see how we are funded within the report – and how we’ve been impacted this year. If you are interested in supporting us in the future, do take a look at how you might get involved, and we’re so grateful to the list of organisations that have supported, and continue to support, our work.
If you wish to know more, get in touch! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can support.