Once in a lifetime, you have the opportunity to do something unique, for sports loving individuals and corporates who are looking to make a difference, Legacy 300 affords you that opportunity.



Legacy 300 was established by GB Olympians as a vehicle to enable corporates and individuals to directly support GB athletes and good causes. The principle has not waivered and has enabled the participating athletes augment their existing support of their own chosen good causes and provide a universal platform for all good causes to benefit from.


By 10/02/2020, good causes have received £5011,250 in donations from participants who also pay for the entry fees usually via charity auctions on places on limited edition, exclusive, unique individual and team challenge athlete hosted participation events which enable people to support both the good cause and participating GB athletes. 

Athletes receive a fee for running these events, this is the way that they are directly funded by the project. The funding has reached £154,000.

The project is run by one full time employee with the experience days delivered by a small team of freelance event staff. 

The Charity


Each year charities spend £millions on places in mass participation sports events (London Marathon, Ride 100 etc etc) which they then try and get supporters to fundraise through.


Legacy 300 delivers VIP, exclusive, unique, participation sports events for individuals and teams which charities buy places from us only once they have sold them. 


YET despite this; over 90% of auctions approached cite the need for these items to be DONATED...and this is where you come in....

Support your good cause



Purchase these experiences and donate to the good causes you wish to support.


Maximising Donations



Throughout 2019 the average auction return for every £1's worth of Legacy 300 experience was £2.75. Legacy 300 will work with you to ensure that the good causes generate the best return for your donation. FFI Click here.


Privacy Policy





Legacy 300 receive contact details for all participants on the experience days through several third parties including auctions, brand ambassadors, charities, retailers or through the online shop. These details are retained on a secured file, never shared with third parties and the contact details, namely email address or phone numbers are used to provide you with updates on the forthcoming experience day. Post event, your details are stored for a period of 12 months to ensure any post experience day issues or requests can be resolved. If you email us, we will keep the content of your message, your email address, and your contact information to respond to your request.Legacy 300 will publish images from the experience days on their social media feeds (Twitter and Facebook) and also in marketing materials, all persons attending will be reminded of this and all requests for images to be removed from the social media feeds.


If you require any further information on the Legacy 300 privacy policy, please email david@legacy300.com




You may provide us with payment information, including your credit or debit card number, card expiration date, CVV code, and billing address, in order to purchase experience days provided as part of our services. These details are encrypted through the Ecwid service.

“At Ecwid, we take security seriously. Ecwid has followed GDPR guidelines on data collection, storage, processing and sharing personal data. We have many customers in Europe, and we work hard to meet all legal requirements. Ecwid uses secure data servers based in Europe, and all sensitive data is transferred via secure HTTPS protocol. Ecwid is PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) validated Level 1 Service Provider which is the highest international standard for secure data exchanges for online stores and payment systems.”


office hours: 07866 316 228

e-mail: david@legacy300.com




Legacy 300 has proudly supported:


Priors Court

Wooden Spoon

Care 4 Kids

Marks & Spencer Foundation 

Emerald Foundation

Cancer Research UK

The Myles Trust

London Air Ambulance

Donna Louise Trust

Help for Heroes

Rhys Daniels Trust

Muscle Help

Bubble and Squeak

The Joe Glover Trust

Auditory Verbal

Breast Cancer Campaign

Beefy's Foundation

Huntingdon Rugby Club

St Rapheals Hospice

Debate Mate

Mo Farah Foundation 

Muscular Dystrophy

Lord Taverners

Save The Children

Children With Cancer

Bobby Moore Cancer

Marie Curie

Variety Club

The Christie


Micky Hyam Fund

Birmingham Sports Association

Shooting Star Hospice

Hilton Foundation

Kids Inspire

Red R Awards

Three Choirs

Regatta Radio

Orange Tree Theatre

SJP Foundation

Well Child




Plus many others...





These pages detail the ways in which sports loving individuals and corporates can directly support athletes, generate extensive returns for good causes and generate additional PR for themselves.  Thank you for your time.