Partnership Opportunities

If your organisation has aims and values that synergise with ours, and you want to use your Corporate Social Responsibility or Sponsorships budget to fuel efforts to make Wales more inclusive, become a partner with Disability Sport Wales.

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insport Programme

The opportunity exists for an organisation to become an insport Programme Partner. insport seeks to embed best-practice disability inclusion in clubs, National Governing Bodies of Sport, local authorities, third sector organisations, and education environments*.

*insport Education is in its conception phase and has not been publicly launched.
 

Become an insport Partner  ➤


Education and Training

Multiple opportunities exists to support Disability Sport Wales' Education and Training Programme including:

  • UK Disability Inclusion Training (for Coaches and Volunteers)
  • UK Disability Inclusion Training (for Education)
  • UK Disability Inclusion Training (for Leisure Service Providers)
  • UK Disability Inclusion Training (for National Governing Bodies)
  • Play Together (Disability Inclusion Training for ages 9-11)


Become an Education and Training Partner  ➤

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Performance Pathway

Support the progression of Welsh excellence by becoming Performance Pathway Partner. The Performance Pathway system supports talented young and adult disabled people to compete in para sport.
 

Become a Performance Pathway Partner  ➤

 


Para Sport Festival

First held in 2022, the Para Sport Festival is a para and disability-inclusive sporting event like no other. A mixed programme of grassroots 'come-and-try' opportuinities alongside competitive events featuring some of the world's most talented athletes, in one Welsh city, in one week. Disabled people and sport fans are invited to Take Part, Spectate, or both.
 

Become a Para Sport Festival Partner  ➤

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Community Partner

Disability Sport Wales is proud to work with AF Blakemore & Son Ltd (SPAR UK) as our Community Partner. This partnership supports the delivery of insport Series events around the country which create opportunities for disabled people to come and try sport and physicial activity.

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DSW x SPAR

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Get Out Get Active (GOGA)

The GOGA programme began in 2016, and has built on the legacy of the London 2012 Paralympic Games to increase access to sport and physical activity across the UK. Projects in Wales have addressed the intersectionality of disability, race, sexual orientation and gender identity, and learning environments.


Become a GOGA Partner  ➤


Member Organisations

The Federation of Disability Sport Wales has a number of member organisations. FDSW is not a grant-making organisation, but does support with donations wherever possible to support the ongoing development of these organisations' work within the sector. Further investment from a Commercial Partner will ensure that the work of this organisations can continue to grow.

Become a partner and support:

  • Special Olympics Wales
  • Wales Deaf Sports
  • Welsh Association of Visually Impaired Bowlers
  • Welsh Paraplegic and Tetraplegic Sports Association
  • Welsh Sports Association for People with Learning Disability


Become a Member Organisation Partner  ➤


Do you have a different idea?

If you have an idea of how you would like to become a commercial partner of or collaborate with Disability Sport Wales that isn't listed above, please get in touch with our Partnerships Team:

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