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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We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support and enthusiasm of our major partners and supporters, who provide vital funds to assist Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria. Many also provide valuable in-kind and volunteer support and knowledge sharing – and we take this opportunity to thank them.
The RACV Foundation is helping expand our Walking with Willpower program to more people with vision loss in the community, including regional areas.
With Tennis Victoria’s assistance, our blind tennis program has grown and prospered to include a thriving program at Melbourne Park Tennis Centre and competing internationally.
With VicHealth’s support, Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria is engaging more young people who are blind or vision impaired in a range of sport and recreation programs to improve their health and well-being.
As a long-term major partner, Vision Australia assists Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria on many levels, including an office and infrastructure at Kooyong.
We work with Sport & Recreation Victoria to help integrate people with vision loss into mainstream sports clubs and venues and expand our programs in the community.
Our major supporters help contribute to the success of our organisation in a number of ways. We acknowledge this wonderful support and thank them.
With support from City of Boroondara, Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria is assisting Boroondara residents with vision loss to attend recreation centres, gyms, aquatic centres, parks and educational settings, with the assistance of a matched volunteer.
With City of Melbourne support, many people with vision loss have improved their safety by participating in group walks covering changes taking place in the CBD.
Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria works with Sport & Recreation Victoria to help integrate people with vision loss into mainstream sports clubs and venues.
Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation have provided funding to assist Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria to engage more people with vision loss, volunteers, donors and supporters through an upgraded website.
Affiliated member clubs
Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's affiliated members offer a range of sports across Victoria for people with vision loss for people of all abilities. New members are welcome to these clubs – you will find further details of their activities, events and contact details under the Get Involved section of this website.
We are a small but highly respected charity, supported by all levels of government. We offer a range of benefits to our partners; including networking opportunities with our stakeholders, promotional opportunities and staff engagement.