Our Mission

Helping Aussie kids with a disability to play and participate in sport.

We achieve Our Mission by offering grants to Australian children with a disability, so that they have an opportunity to play and participate in sport.

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Our Honour Roll (HR)

SAF assisted 3x athletes make their debut at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics!

Col Pearse (HR 2017) Swimmer, Bronze Men’s 100m Butterfly, Jamieson Leeson (HR 2019) Boccia player, Prelim Finals BC3 pairs and Keira Stephens (HR 2020) Swimmer, Bronze Women's 100m Breaststroke SB10 + Bronze Women's 4x100m Medley.

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Grants Program

SAF provides annual grants for children and young people with a disability. These grants can be used for any project that helps to build participation in sport.
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Donate to SAF

Make a difference that will go towards providing financial assistance and support to enable children with a physical disability to participate in sporting activities.
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Welcome to SAF

From our Founder

Since retiring from Paratriathlon, my focus now is Sport Access Foundation and building a career in advocacy for diversity and inclusion. I am incredibly excited of the potential for the Foundation. With 2032 now on the horizon for Australian sports, Sport Access Foundation is well placed to continually cement our position as the leading grant provider for young Australians in sport.

Katie Kelly OAM

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Our News

Please take the time read through our most recent news stories, featuring all the latest information and initiatives from the foundation. These articles include details about grants, donations and events or could feature Our Founder, Katie Kelly OAM appearing, speaking or spreading the mission and message of Sport Access Foundation.

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Grants
Nov 26, 2021
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Rosey McGrath
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Supporting Bright Futures in Sport - 2021 SAF Grant Recipients

After cheering on three of its former grant recipients in the Australian Paralympic team in Tokyo, Sport Access Foundation is delighted to announce its 2021 grant recipients...

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Rosey McGrath
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Tokyo 2020
Sep 11, 2021
Jamieson Leeson makes the preliminary finals in the BC3 pairs for Boccia
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Sport Access Foundation
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Tokyo 2020
Sep 11, 2021
Kiera Stephens wins two bronze medals on debut in Tokyo
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Sport Access Foundation
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Tokyo 2020
Sep 11, 2021
Paralympian, Bronze medallist - Col Pearse
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Sport Access Foundation
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First Nations
Jul 8, 2021
Education and Sport a way forward for SAF Board Member and Gomeroi Grantley Creighton
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Grantley Creighton
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