Aspirations4Kids in Sport assists Queensland School children who face unique challenges of hardship, disabilities, chronic illness, and remote living issues.
“Giving Queensland school students a sporting chance”
Message from Cate Campbell Olympic Champion and A4K Ambassador
Cate Campbell OAM,Olympic Champion and A4K Ambassador
Many thanks to all who support children with disabilities, its people like you who make this world a better place to live in.
Thank you so much, and thank you to Aspirations4Kids in Sport. Organisations such as this make it possible for our Outback Kids.
He gained so many positive attributes as well as improving his skills and love for the sport. We appreciate your assistance so very much! Well done and We will never forget your support.
Kez and Marley Helion,
I think the Aspirations4Kids in Sport funding is great. It really helps kids who love sport to attend events like the one I did and play at a high level competition. When you live in a rural area you don’t get the opportunity to do this very often.
Thank you again for your support. All the help means a lot to make a child's dream come true.
Maria Macdonald & Shorty,
Thank you for encouraging her to get out and enjoy a sport.
Since A4K support Courtney has received several offers of a scholarship in Div one College. We travel to the USA late this year to visit them and make a decision on where she will go. Exciting stuff and thank you for your small part in this. Every little bit goes a long way.
Letitia has gained some invaluable experience and knowledge after attending the tournament and thanks the A4K greatly for their support.
We very much appreciate the support that your organisation is providing for the kids to fulfil their goals. We couldn’t do it without your support.
John & Helen Donovan,
Once again we thank A4K and sponsors most notably RACQ for their wonderful support
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Great Success Stories
It was so rewarding to see our first ever Aspirations4Kids in Sport recipient (February 2012) Joseph Deng’s journey from refugee camp to representing Australia.
Joseph Deng cannot remember much about his early years in Kenya, where he was born in a refugee camp.
At the age of five Paige she was involved in a car accident that left her with severe injuries. She spent four years recovering. The accident left her with hemiplegia on her right side as well as intracranial hypertension, epilepsy and autism. The intracranial hypertension means that she regularly needs to have excess fluid on the brain removed via a spinal tap.
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