​Girls On Track ​​​​

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​​Education is the greatest driver of social change. For almost 20 years Right To Play has been giving marginalised girls access to quality education to give them a sporting chance in life.  ​

As the official charity partner of British Athletics we are excited to champion change for girls and bring you the #GirlsOnTrack campaign.

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Educated girls can earn more, better protect themselves from exploitation and have more control over their lives. This makes girls' education one of the best investments the world can make, and we need your support

Over the coming months we are going to be raising awareness and vital funds to support our life-changing work with girls. 

This is your chance to make a big difference.​​​​​​​​

​​​  ​​How you can take part and support ​​​​

Get in your Starting Blocks: We make sure that all girls get out of the starting blocks, giving them the best possible start to run their race.​​

1) Take a photo in your starting blocks position 

2) Share this on social media using the #GirlsOnTrack ​

3) Tag two friends to do the same

Pass The Baton: Our coaches pass on critical skills and experience that give girls across the world the best chance of succeeding. It's a relay that never stops and one that's growing every day. 

You can hear more about our inspiring coaches here.  

Her Personal Best: Right To Play's ambition is to ensure that all girls are given the chance - and the belief- to reach their full potential. 

Changing children's lives through sport and play

We believe every child deserves the chance to succeed and thrive. 

Right To Play is the only global development organisation focused exclusively on using the power of play to transform the lives of children and young people. 

We reach almost two million children every week across 16 countries in some of the poorest communities in the world.