Supporting young athletes since 2012

The Perago Trust was established in 2012 to help young, promising Cambridge athletes achieve their potential at elite level.  To date the trust has raised in excess of $145,500 for 36 athletes and supported 19 different sporting endeavors.   

There are two funding rounds per year, in April and September.  Applications open on the 1st of the month and are open for four weeks.

Perago is 100% funded through private donations and funds raised at trust events.  The more money raised, the more money young athletes receive to help achieve their goals.

Athlete Update: Bennett Greenough

Perago Trust grant recipient Bennett Greenough gives an update on his competition and training: Hi Perago, I’ve had a really busy quarter year of training and racing with some great results andRead more

Athlete Update: Leila Walker

Perago Trust grant recipient Leila Walker recaps 2019: I would firstly like to thank the Perago Trust for your help and financial contributions in order for me to achieve my 2019 goals. I am foreverRead more

Athlete Update: Rico D'Anvers

2019 Perago Trust recipient Rico D'Anvers gives an update on his training and competition Hi Perago Team, Sorry I have not been in contact, I have been busy with exams and final schoolRead more

Kiwi runner smashes personal best at world champs

New Zealand long-distance runner Camille Buscomb has qualified for next year's Tokyo Olympics after running a personal best in the 5000m at the 2019 IAAF World Championships in Doha.  Buscomb finiRead more

Camille Buscomb runs personal best to qualify for Tokyo Olympic Games

Perago Trust recipient Camille Buscomb qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games after setting a new personal best in the 10,000m at the world track and field championships in Doha. The 29-year-old WaiRead more

Athlete Update- Bennett Greenough

Perago Trust Recipient Bennett Greenough provides an update on his training and competition Hi Perago Trust, I would just like to say a huge thank you for the funding and support you have given meRead more

Athlete Update- Seth Hope

Perago Trust grant recipient Seth Hope provides a review of 2019 Junior World Rowing Championships  In April I was selected to trial for the NZ U19 rowing team where I trialed as a sculler. I wasRead more

Athlete Update- Beckie Leigh

Perago Trust grant recipient Beckie Leigh gives us an update on her training and competition: Hi everyone at Perago Trust I just wanted to say a big thank you for the funding that you granted to meRead more

Burghley first timer- Samantha Lissington

New Zealand rider Samantha Lissington’s journey to Burghley started when she swapped a childhood sailing around the South Pacific for a pony. The 28-year-old Kiwi made her debut at the Land RoverRead more

Athlete Update- William Leigh

2019 Perago Trust funding recipient William Leigh provides us with an update. Here's an update on my barefoot waterskiing at the moment. Currently I am living and training in Florida, USA.  I haveRead more

Athlete Update- Jordan Woodall

Golfer and 2018 Perago Trust grant recipient Jordan Woodall provides an update into his training and competition achievements.  My start to the 2019 season was definitely a slow one. I started the yRead more

Flying Buscomb’s on track to achieve greater things

Sarah Cowley Ross @lockerroom Having run away from New Zealand in search of a breakthrough, distance runner Camille Buscomb is out to prove herself at the world champs and, she hopes, the 2020Read more

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