Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust And Racing To School Renew Partnership

The charities will expose more young people to the wonder of racing | Racing to School

Racing to School and the Gerald Leigh Charitable Trust have renewed their partnership for an additional two years that will allow the latter to continue assisting young people in hard-to-reach areas, the duo announced on Wednesday.

Already in its third year, the partnership has assisted over 600 young people from rural, inner city and deprived areas in 2023. The aim is to expose more young people to free, interactive, and healthy outdoor educational events for schools, staged at a variety of racing venues through the Racing to School experience.

John Blake, chief executive of Racing to School, said, “Developing this special partnership with the Gerald Leight Charitable Trust has helped widen our scope to support new beneficiaries, and the racing industry. We are already working alongside other partners with similar objectives, which is very exciting.”

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