Riverwood – Mutli-Sports Program

Durring Term 4, our Sports team will be running a Multi-Sports workshop for kids with a disability.

This program is a great way for kids to learn new skills and play a variety of modified games including cricket, soccer, rugby, AFL, boccia and tennis.

 OUR ASK

  • Our Sports team needs one volunteer to help with all aspects of running the program
  • Tasks include setting up and packing down equipment, help run games and activities, and of course, joining in on all the sporting action! 
  • No experienced required - just a willingness to have fun, laugh with a 'get amongst it' attitude.

WHO, WHAT, WHEN & WHERE

  • Participants are aged 6-12 years old with a disability
  • Multi Sports programs give participants an opportunity to learn new skills + try out a range of sports, some for the first time

DATE: Every Monday starting asap

LOCATION: Morris Iemma Centre, 150 Belmore Rd North, Riverwood

TIME: 4.00pm to 5.00pm each week

 

VOLUNTEER ROLE

As a Multi-Sports volunteer, you'll be helping our Sports team to deliver a fun and engaging program that enables participants to:

  • learn basic skills of different sports in a dynamic group
  • play a range of modified games in every sport
  • practice taking instructions and applying their new skills in a group environment
  • meet new friends 
  • improve their individual skills and feel more confident joining a mainstream sporting team

If this fun and rewarding role sounds like you, email Nes Kurtonal - nes.kurtonal@cerebralpalsy.org.au or phone  0427 281 257

Read more about Cerebral Palsy Alliance's range of sports programs here

This role requires a valid Police and WWC check and will be required to complete an NDIS training module. 

Contact

Nes Kurtonal

Email nes.kurtonal@cerebralpalsy.org.au

Call 0427 281 257

Location

150 Belmore Road North
Riverwood New South Wales