Grants available for Young Aussie Athletes

Grants available for children and teenagers aged 7-17 years to help their participation in sport – Sport Access Foundation

Our goal is to ensure that young Australians living with a disability can be active and achieve their sporting goals. To this end 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.

Sport Access Foundation 2020 Grants:

BlueScope Building up grant: 7-17 years, 10 x $250. To help re-engage in sport and also cost with home schooling, technology during these COVID times.

PICA Kick Start grant: 13-17 years, 4 x $500. To help get back into your sport post the isolation lock downs. Including cost with registration, coaching and carers.

SAF Pathway to Paralympic grant: 13-17 years. 2 x $1000. To help those on the pathway to the Paralympics with costs to compete at the highest level.

No Barriers grant: 7-12 years. 4 x $250. To help get started into your sport. Grants can be used for coaching, fees, transport, carers and equipment.

Applications close Friday 21 August.

Grant funding can be used for the cost of items occurred during the 2020 calendar year that meet the grant criteria, or they can be allocated for projected future expenses that meet the criteria.


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