SPORT ACCESS FOUNDATION
Sport Access Foundation offers grants to Australian children with a disability so that they have an opportunity to play and participate in sport.
Funds raised by Sport Access Foundation go towards providing financial assistance - through annual grants - for key sports projects and events for Australian kids who have a disability.
Grants will also help to provide products or services that will enable disabled children better access to participate in a local sporting club or activity. Grants will be given to provide financial assistance and support to enable children with a physical disability to participate in sporting activities that are otherwise beyond the financial means of that child or their parent(s) or guardian(s), including to provide financial assistance for the following:
Sport Access Foundation is proudly supported by its founding partner BlueScope Steel, and King Wood & Mallesons, Zoggs Australia, Harvey Norman, Tagzart Design and Triathlon Australia.
ROUND 2 GRANTS NOW OPEN + BMD GROUP INDIGENOUS GRANT
Round 2 Grants are now open, with three grants of $2,000 available to help young Australians living with a disability access Sport. Thank you to The June Canavan Foundation for providing the funds for Round 2 and to The Primary Club of Australia for their support. There is also a fourth grant funded by BMD Group open to an Indigenous Australian aged 7-17 years living in the Northern Territory. For more details visit www.sportaccessfoundation.org.au
Sport Access Foundation was set up by Katie Kelly OAM, Australia's first Gold Medallist in the sport of Paratriathlon at the 2016 Rio Paralympics. Katie trains with Triathlon Australia's High Performance squad on the Gold Coast, under Coach Dan Atkins. After winning the 2017 World Championships, Katie is training for the 2018 World Championships with Tokyo 2020 Paralympics her longer term goal.