The Jenson Button Trust
World class Formula 1 driver Jenson Button has dedicated his professional life to speed on the track and becoming a World Champion.
The Jenson Button Trust was established in March of 2010, supporting a range of charitable causes close to Jenson’s heart.
Now Jenson has chosen to focus the same determination and ambition he has on the track to a new challenge, helping Cancer Research UK bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
What it funds
The Jenson Button Trust has chosen Cancer Research UK to be its main beneficiary, raising money in partnership with us to help fund groundbreaking work to accelerate research and beat cancer sooner.
Our flagship event of the partnership is the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon.
The 2016 Jenson Button Trust Triathlon is set to be the biggest staged to date with the capacity for nearly double the amount of competitors as seen in previous years. It will be held in Markeaton Park in Derby on Sunday July 17th where competitors will get the chance to race against the 2009 Formula 1 World Champion. Be you an amateur or a professional Triathlete you’re welcome to sign up, all in support of Cancer Research UK.
Check out our previous year’s event in our highlights video.
Support the Jenson Button Trust
To find out more about how you can support the Jenson Button Trust and help us to beat cancer sooner, you can:
Jenson Button Trust Triathlon
Race against friends and family and Jenson himself at our event, the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon at Markaton Park in Derby on the 17th July.
"My life has always been about the need for speed, but supporting Cancer Research UK is my most pressing and important challenge yet. All the money we raise will fund life-saving research to help beat cancer sooner."