Canterbury Junior Disability Games Team

  • $1,665.00 donated
  • 26 generous donors

Support the Canterbury Junior Team to travel to Auckland to compete at the 2017 Halberg Junior Disability Games in October.

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Disability Youth Performance

The Canterbury team has a proud history of competing at the Junior Disability Games. Our team prides itself on having a positive culture and providing an environment where athletes can achieve success.

In October 2017 our team of approximately 20 athletes and 5 staff will make the trip to Auckland to compete. Athletes will be competing in a range of sports, including athletics, swimming, boccia and triathlon.

At last years event our team was successful in winning 11 awards and trophies, including the Best Team Spirit Award.

Funds raised will go towards the cost of the athletes entry fee, accommodation, airfares and uniform.

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ParaFed Canterbury

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ParaFed Canterbury is one of the leading disability sports organisations in New Zealand. Operating since 1967, we offer our members a range of sports & programmes. Our membership focuses on people with physical or visual impairments & covers the regions of Canterbury, Tasman & the West Coast.

  • $1,665.00 donated
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This cause page was created on 11 Jan 2017 and closes at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 01 Oct 2017.

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