The allocation of a small amount of funds are available to assist OneAbility Network Collaborator members to support the promotion and facilitation of physical activity for individuals with a disability in the Capital Region. This may include, but are not limited: sport and recreation program costs, including facility fees, equipment, or staff; training opportunities for staff; COVID related programs and services; community event hosting, etc.
Organizations may request up to $500 to support their initiative.
Increasing the number of opportunities available for persons with disabilities to be physically active (e.g., physical activity programs, classes, events, creation of physical activity infrastructure or environment).
Increasing accessibility of physical activity programs, facilities, initiatives (e.g., adaptive programs to support individuals with varied abilities, improving inclusion practices, reducing cost barriers to physical activity).
Improving physical or built environments to encourage more physical activity (e.g., infrastructure, active transportation routes).
Increasing participation in physical activity (i.e., more people doing more physical activity).
Building staff or community members & capacity to help others be physically active (e.g., staff or community training, supporting physical activity leadership, building skills or competencies to promote physical activity or physical literacy)
Developing and implementing policies to encourage physical activity.
Increased partnerships or collaborative programming opportunities.
Questions? – Contact Samantha