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Become a GOGA Partner

Launched in 2016, the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme started providing opportunities to reach the UK’s very least active disabled and non-disabled people in fun and inclusive sport and physical activities. The programme took place in 21 locations across the UK.


We are keen to explore opportunities for engagement with specific communities within Wales where there are currently limited or fragmented offers and provide a framework for the development of insight and learning that can be shared and replicated across the UK.

The currently identified localities for delivery in Wales are;

  • Elective Home Education with Sport Pembrokeshire (Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire & parts of Powys)
  • Ethnically Diverse Communities with Street Games (Newport, Cardiff & Swansea)
  • LGBTQI+ with Pride Cymru (Flintshire, Denbighshire & Conwy)

 

The GOGA Programme is about much more than being active; it strengthens community spirit, increases confidence and improves mental health. The success of GOGA comes from tapping into peoples real life motivations to be physically active underpinned by the Activity Alliance ten Talk-to-me Principles.


Why you should support GOGA

The video below captures three snapshots of differences being made around Wales during 2023.  Discover the value of GOGA from Conwy Dragons Gay and Inclusive Rugby Club, Outer Reef Pembrokeshire and Llanwern Football with County in the Community:


Think your organisation is a good fit?

Begin your insport Journey by contacting the Disability Sport Wales Partnerships Team:

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