Monday, May 17, 2021

CRN Channel Cup support Sport Access Foundation

Sport Access Foundation

Sport Access Foundation is proud to be the charity partner for the CRN Channel Cup. This innovative event established by Next Media, publishers of the CRN publication, are hosting a networking combining a Football tournament with social networking and going a step further to talk about diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

The event will be held at North Sydney Oval on Thursday 10 June.

Katie Kelly, Founder and Director of Sport Access Foundation also reached out to Inclusion Alliance of whom she is an Ambassador for (this includes Deaf Sports Australia, Blind Sports Australia and Sport Inclusion Australia) to participate in the day by including a Football team from its community. In addition, Sport Access Foundation have also facilitated with the CRN Channel Cup organisers to hold a workshop with the theme being around Diversity and Inclusion within the IT sector.

Sport Access Foundation Board Member, Morgan Lander will be a speaker on the panel to share learnings and experiences of Diversity and Inclusion in corporate and community sectors.

This event will allow for the whole CRN community, from distributor, vendor and partner to engage for the very first time in an event of this kind. As well as the tournament being an opportunity for the community to network socially, it will also be an experience of a lifetime playing on one of Sydney’s greatest stadiums.  

CRN partnership with Sport Access Foundation will include all ticket sales being donated to help fund our next round of grants supporting young Australian children and teenagers with a disability to access sport.

For more details on the CRN Channel Cup or to register click here.


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