Redtorch has chosen Right To Play as its charity partner for 2020.

Right To Play is a non-profit organisation that unlocks the potential of sport and play to empower vulnerable children around the world and help them overcome the effects of war, poverty and disease.

Redtorch is working with Right To Play’s UK division to provide a deeper insight into its current and potential audiences, helping identify areas of growth and opportunities to optimise awareness and increase engagement.

We’re really excited to be working with Redtorch this year as their dedicated charity partner.

Its experience in generating and implementing audience intelligence is invaluable and will significantly benefit Right To Play in increasing our profile and fundraising opportunities.

Dominique Davis, National Director UK, Right To Play

 

We believe in the power of sport to unite and inspire positive change so partnering with Right To Play is the perfect fit for Redtorch.

With our knowledge of developing data-driven strategies for sports organisations, we hope to add unique value to Right To Play and become a key part in unlocking its potential to educate, protect and empower vulnerable children around the world.

Jonny Murch, CEO, Redtorch

Learn more about Right To Play.


Carolyn Johnson
Carolyn Johnson

Redtorch Comeback Queen. Not allowed to take part in family games at Christmas because ‘I take them too seriously…’

My most memorable sporting moment is…

When the Queen skydived into the London 2012 Opening Ceremony with 007.

I’m happiest when…

Skiing fast down a red on a bluebird day, preferably towards a log cabin that sells mulled wine.

The sports person that best represents me is…

Eddie the Eagle Edwards. I love to try new sports (tag rugby, softball, beach volleyball) but don’t necessarily have the ability to match. Probably won’t make it to an Olympics Games though.

The three things at the top of my bucket list are…

1. Complete the Three Peaks Challenge with my sister

2. Renovate a camper van and explore the UK’s hidden gems

3. Visit Japan (happy to accompany anyone to Tokyo 2020 if there’s a spare ticket going…)

A quote I try to live my life by is…

“When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” – Lao Tzu

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