Touch Football Australia has received funding from Sport Australia as a part of the second round of the Participation Grant program. The funding will be used to support two programs being the Indomie Noodles All Abilities and the Pride in Sport Collective.
Indomie Noodles All Abilities 2.0
This grant will allow Touch Football Australia (TFA) to continue the Indomie Noodles All Abilities program throughout all states and territories. TFA will work with partners to build out an additional program (weeks 7-12) and deliver a game ready program to assist Indomie Noodles All Abilities athletes with integration into a mainstream Touch Football Competition. Coach and Facilitator training for the Indomie Noodles All Abilities program will transition to an online module-based session (through The Nest) to allow for easier access to the program for both Affiliates & participants. TFA will launch the program extension in the coming months.
For more information on Indomie Noodles All Abilities program click here.
Pride in Sport Collective
Touch Football Australia will lead 11 other National Sporting Organisation’s (NSO’s) with the Assistance of Pride in Sport on the project which addresses the barriers and mental health disparities of LGBTQ+ people and their disconnect with sport. The project will see several workshops, trainings and policies developed all aimed at LGBTQ+ inclusion in sport. Each Sport will also host and deliver a Rainbow LGBTQ+ come and try event during 2022. Partnering TFA on the grant application are: Cricket, Gymnastics, Water Polo, Hockey, Paddle, Fencing, Badminton, Eight Ball, Dragon Boating, Diving and Squash.
For more information on Sport Australia’s Participation Grant funding click here.
Further enquiries regarding Touch Football Australia’s successful grant applications can be directed to Luke.email@example.com