We offer a range of team and individual sport and recreation programs for people of any ability. Explore the options now.
There are many different ways you can get involved - read about them here.
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Sharing their story
Sharing stories about the personal impact of vision loss and overcoming challenge plays a crucial role in raising awareness and highlighting how blind sports and recreation can help; including encouraging people to join in.
Raising awareness in the community
There are many ways our Ambassadors help build awareness of BSRV and the benefits of blind sports and recreation, including telling their story to the media and in website articles, social media and newsletters.
Profiling the organisation at events, presentations and fundraisers
Attending community events, expos, presentations - as well as fund raising for BSRV - supports our mission to reach out to more people in Victoria who are blind or vision impaired, their families and the community.
Evidence based research and impact
Our Ambassadors add their voice to the growing data about the impact and benefits of sport and recreation for individuals with vision loss, their families and the community.
Ambassadors are available to attend events, presentations and expos.
Our Ambassadors are keen to speak to the community about their experiences and help others understand more about vision loss, challenge and adapting to change, as well as the options available in sport and recreation. If you are interested in having one of our Ambassadors attend your upcoming event or group gathering, please contact Rachel DeSumma to discuss the details of the event on telephone: 03 9822 8876 or by email: email@example.com
Tegan has a delightful, positive attitude to life and lives by the Walt Disney adage “If you can dream it, you can do it.”
Blind Tennis helped Chris through many ups and downs and has become a big part of his life.
Believing there's an activity for everyone, Phoebe is eager to encourage others to have a go. Discover how Blind Tennis was a game changer for her.
Terry has many interests and is eager to learn and to help out where he's needed.
By moving outside of her comfort zone, Wanda has experienced exciting opportunities and been a great advocate for Blind Sports.
Adam loves life, the competition and social aspect of Blind Tennis; and admires others who 'give it a go'.
Shannon says that playing AFL Blind saved his life. Having emerged from a dark place, he now loves a challenge and loves life.
Silvana finds great joy from being involved with Blind Tennis and loves meeting new people.
Once again enjoying an active life, Genamarie is enthusiastic about trying new things and is passionate about encouraging others to participate.
Encouragement, positivity and support has played a significant role in Anushka's life journey.
Doug has spent his life developing and raising awareness of blind cricket and golf.
Carol is a wonderful support to others, a great educator and enjoys a game of Swish and group walks.
Jason has great enthusiasm and passion for providing the support and strategies for others to be included and encouraged to join in.
With a positive attitude Robert has adapted to his vision loss, continuing to do the things that he enjoys. He believes 'where there's a will, there's a way'.
Annette loves the inclusive nature of blind and low vision sports.
Dave shares his journey of adaption, perseverance, learning and discovery. His motto is 'GO FOR IT'.
Maria wants everyone to feel supported, welcomed and encouraged to participate and embrace life, as she was.
Shane enjoys the physical and mental challenge that playing sports provides and would like to encourage others to get involved.