There will be the opportunity to network with the leaders delivering inclusive sports in Queensland.
Sport Access Foundation 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 and to ensure that no-one gets left on the sidelines.
MC for the event is Michael Dobbie-Bridges PLY. Michael is a Paralympian who represented Australia at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games and 6 World Team Cups in Wheelchair Tennis. Most recently, he was appointed as the Chair of the Board for Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association. Dobbie-Bridges has extensive experience in Government and industry, combined with his passion for making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. Michael is now a disability strategic advisor at APM, the largest global human services company, and works with the groups leaders to provide greater opportunities and services to people with disabilities.
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Your donation will go towards providing financial assistance and support to enable children with a disability to participate in sporting activities. Every dollar goes direct to the grant recipients to help with the cost of their sport, including modified equipment, carer costs, transport and fees.