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Zoggs Australia dives in to help support Aussie Kids Play Sport

January 25, 2020
Rosey McGrath

Zoggs Australia have joined forces with Sport Access Foundation (SAF) to help young Aussie kids living with a disability access their chosen sport.

This leading swimwear, goggle and learn to swim brand will be donating 5% of all sales made on throughout the month of February to SAF.

SAF aims to improve the quality of lives of children living with a disability through the opportunity to play sport. SAF was founded on Australia Day 2017 by Australian Para-triathlete and 2016 Rio Paralympics Gold Medalist Katie Kelly, OAM.

Katie said:

“Zoggs have been a long-term support of mine, starting with my Para-triathlon journey to Rio, where I won gold, and now helping me towards the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
“They’ve now extended their support to Sport Access Foundation by donating a portion of their sales and giving Zoggs customers the ability to donate directly to our 2020 grants program.”

SAF will also promote a select range of Zoggs products on our website, throughout this period. Click here to view the range.

Zoggs Australia CEO and Managing Director Rob Davies said:

“We’re incredibly proud of Katie and her achievements on the world stage at the Paralympics with the Gold medal win in Rio, and now her goal to represent Australia at Tokyo 2020.
"Zoggs is passionate about inclusiveness and promoting swimming as an accessible sport for all Australians to enjoy and participate in. We pride ourselves on swim products that are economical and environmentally friendly. This includes our new Ecolast+ swimwear that is made from plastic waste."
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“It’s the perfect fit for Zoggs to promote our products more broadly in the community, partnering with organisations like SAF. I am sure our customers will appreciate that a percentage of their purchases, for their children and families, will go towards helping our young Australians living with a disability to access sport. We also encourage our customers to donate a few extras dollars if they are able to, through links that will be provided, throughout February."

Sport Access Foundation is a registered charity, and all funds are directed towards its annual grants program, which has reached more than 150 children across Australia. In 2020, the aim is to increase the grant pool to $30,000.

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