London 2012’s Inspire programme will help bring the benefits of the 2012 Games to every part of the UK – giving millions the opportunity to participate as never before.
Non-commercial organisations delivering projects and events genuinely inspired by the London 2012 Games have had the opportunity to apply to have them recognised through the Inspire programme.
From Wales to the East of England, from the South West to Yorkshire and Humber - more than 2700 projects and events have been awarded the coveted Inspire mark for their work in one of six areas: sustainability, education, volunteering, business, sport or culture.
Projects and events recognised through the Inspire programme were awarded the Inspire mark, part of London 2012’s brand family.
As of 1 December 2011 organisations can no longer apply for the Inspire mark.
How can the Inspire mark be used?
Successful projects and events can, subject to licence and approval of artwork, use the Inspire mark on a range of marketing collateral. For example, the cover of a programme or brochure, a poster, and advert or a web-page.
The Inspire mark guidelines (see the 'Related content' section on this page) form part of the licence agreement and give technical and practical information about use of the Inspire mark. These guidelines are available here for information only.
For more information please visit the Inspire section of the website.