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Our charity is working to make active lives possible with a vision that disabled people are active for life.

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Get Involved

For more than 20 years, since forming in 1998, Activity Alliance has enabled hundreds of organisations to improve and increase opportunities for disabled people. As the least active group in our society, disabled people are missing out. Our work enhances lives by actively improving ways for disabled people to get involved in sport and activity. With your support, we can challenge perceptions and change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport.

Our partnerships drive change and empower others to lead the way. Working together means we can support more disabled people to be and stay active.

You too can make a difference and make active lives possible with us. Become a partner, whether through fundraising, sponsorship or campaigning. Help us as we work towards our vision to see disabled people active for life.

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Fundraise

Our charity relies on fundraising and sponsorship to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport.

Campaigns

Our campaign work challenges perceptions and supports more disabled people to be active.

Jobs in sport

Search through jobs in sport and exercise.

A blind golf player being guided on the green

“We believe that the Charter for Change framework emphasises the approach we are already taking with golf clubs. We are engaging with disabled people, finding out what they want and including them within golfing activity at clubs and facilities.

Jamie Blair, England Golf Disability Manager

"I watch a lot of sport with my son and I always feel there isn’t a lot of obvious support for disabled people. But I watch my son in disability competitions and the support there is so, so good. The events programme is amazing.

Natalie Taylor, fundraiser
Fundraiser in the marathon

“I am always delighted to be a part of Team Activity Alliance and am in awe of the work of the charity."

John Somerville, fundraiser