Charities supported by Formula 1

Throughout the year Formula 1 works with multiple charities in different ways to raise awareness and funds.

Charity Partner, UNICEF

Formula 1 is partnering with UNICEF to help the world’s most vulnerable children access quality education. It will also bolster UNICEF’s humanitarian response around the world, so it can help protect children in emergencies.

Formula 1’s support over the next three years could help an estimated 6.5 million children from vulnerable and marginalized communities access quality education and enable UNICEF to provide temporary learning places for children in emergencies. This education will include key areas such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

Charities supported by Formula 1

  • Formula 1 support Race Against Dementia, founded by three-time Drivers World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart, by raising awareness of RAD’s drive to accelerate a breakthrough treatment and cure for dementia.

  • Formula 1 support GOSH through event activation at the 2023 Silverstone Grand Prix. GOSH will fundraise and raise awareness throughout the Silverstone race weekend, raising vital funds for the children’s hospital.

  • Make-A-Wish helps grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Formula 1 will help grant multiple wishes throughout the year, offering race day activations and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

  • Formula 1 works alongside Grace Influential to promote the Grace Influential Positive Impact Award. The F1 Teams submit projects across areas of environmental and social sustainability. Initiatives include supporting children’s charities, creating opportunities for the next generation of motorsports leaders and leading the way on innovative and sustainable technologies.

Additional Charity Support

Throughout the season, we support various charitable causes that align with our values by donating items and experiences for auction.