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Sporting Dreams was started by triple Paralympian Marayke Jonkers to help Queensland athletes with physical disabilities achieve their sporting dreams. We provide funding grants to help purchase equipment like race wheelchairs or hand cycles, even prosthetic limbs for running or cycling. We also help with training and competition costs. Since starting in 2008 we have given over 130 grants to athletes.

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SUPPORTER

You can help change a life through sport today when you donate to Sporting Dreams

FUNDRAISING

Achieve your own sporting dream as a fundraising challenge for us: Ever wanted to do a fun run, your first triathlon or marathon? Why not raise funds for Sporting Dreams while you do it. We can help you create your own online fundraising page where you share your dream challenge with friends and family and ask them to donate. We will also cheer you on and support you. Contact Marayke to find out more.

SPONSOR A GRANT

Do you want to promote your company and help athletes in the process? Sponsor a sporting Dreams grant and you will have a grant named after your organisation at the annual Sporting Dreams Awards Ceremony. You will also receive recognition on the Sporting Dreams Website and in our newsletter.

Meet Our Athletes

  • Donald Cameron- Ro

    A gold medalist at the Australian Masters games Donald now aims to compete at the 2013 World Masters Games in Torino, Italy. He took up adaptive rowing 5 years ago
  • Rheed McCracken- T

    Born :        20/01/97 Sport:        Track, wheelchair racing Disability:   Cerebral palsy Classification:  T34 Best results:  2012 London Paralympic Games  silver in T34 100m and bronze  in T34 200m. Rheed is a Paralympic
  • Josh Nicholson &#8

    Josh, 19, was a member of the gold medal-winning Queensland junior wheelchair basketball team, the Rolling Thunder, at the 2014 Kevin Coombes Cup and rates it as his greatest sporting
  • James Steggell- Tr

    Track and field athlete James Steggell’s training has been given a boost through being awarded an introductory grant by the Sporting Dreams foundation. James, 14, has a vision impairment caused

 

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