It can make you shout, get you moving and even hug a stranger.
Sport steps into the spotlight this week when Sport Relief 2020 is staged on Friday, March 13.
Whether you're taking part in an event at school, or individually, or just settling down to watch the fun on telly, it's all in a good cause - since 2018 it has invested £82 million to support those living tough lives in the UK and around the world and has helped 13 million people, working with organisations taking on issues of mental health, child poverty, domestic abuse and helping people have a safe place to live.
Sport Relief will be televised on BBC One on Friday, March 13 at 7pm, presented by Gary Lineker and Paddy McGuinness and includes a range of funny sketches including Line of Duty and a parody of Killing Eve, titled Killing Steves.
Whether you donate to Sport Relief through breaking a sweat or buying a t-shirt, you're contributing.
To get involved, and order a fundraising pack go to sportrelief.com You can also find events near you to join in with or fund fundraising ideas.
At Jump In trampoline park in Morley Road, Tonbridge, staff are jumping in to action and are looking for jumpers of all ages are invited to join a 24-hour Jumpathon session in aid of Sport Relief on Friday, March 13.
The 24-hour relay will be held at the company's sites across the country, with Tonbridge getting in on the action between 1pm and 3pm.
Regional manager Joe Upstone said: “With Sport Relief only two weeks away we wanted to help get as many children active as we can. W know here at Jump In an active mind is a learning mind."
There will also be challenges for schools such as a dodgeball tournament and superhero battle beam. To register go to gojumpin.com/news/sport-relief