About the campaign

About the campaign

"We Are Undefeatable" is a movement supporting people with a range of long term health conditions, developed by 15 leading health and social care charities and backed by expertise, insight and significant National Lottery funding from Sport England. Our purpose is to support and encourage finding ways to be active that work for you and your health condition.

Being Undefeatable is understanding that how you feel can change from day-to-day, that everybody’s situation is unique, and that moving more when you can is just as important as accepting when you can’t. We believe that every achievement, no matter how small it might seem to someone else, is worth celebrating.

Who is the campaign for?

  • The campaign brings together partners who reach people living with: Arthritis, some long-term limiting mobility conditions, Alzheimer’s, Asthma, Back pain, Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease/Lung Condition, Dementia, Heart Disease, Stroke, hypertension (or other heart related condition), Long-term depression or anxiety, MS, Parkinson’s, Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes.
  • Due to the nature of the campaign, we also hope to inspire those living with other conditions who can be more active, beyond those listed above. If you can’t find information related to your condition on the website or the campaign partner pages, consider visiting other charity websites relevant to your condition, your GP or where applicable, your specialist healthcare professional.
  • It is important to remember that everybody and how their condition affects them is different and finding the appropriate physical activity for you depends on your own personal circumstance.

Campaign Partners

For the first time ever, many of the UK’s leading charities have come together to encourage people with health conditions to be active. The campaign is backed by expertise, insight and significant National Lottery funding from Sport England. Click the logos for content and advice specific to each charity and our campaign.


See below for information about the campaign and how you and/or your organisation can get involved.