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Inclusive Sports Opportunities with SportAbility

July 29 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm PT

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Join Donna Cumming from SportAbility on July 29th, 12 – 1 PM PT, for a presentation highlighting SportAbility’s various programs, events, and initiatives across the province.

Donna will discuss opportunities for involvement, either as an athlete or volunteer, and explain SportAbility’s efforts to reduce barriers for individuals with physical disabilities in adapted sport through their equipment loan program and athlete assistance program.

Donna Cumming is the Executive Director of SportAbility. She is passionate about developing sport opportunities for individuals and groups who face barriers to accessing mainstream sports. Donna holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Calgary and a Master of Arts in Kinesiology with a focus on women in hockey leadership. Prior to starting her journey at SportAbility in 2023, Donna has worked and volunteered in the sport and recreation sector in various capacities, including at Field Hockey BC, viaSport, and as a researcher at a prosthetics clinic focused on community participation for individuals with limb differences.

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The Disability Foundation and affiliated societies' locations, programs, and events are inclusive and welcoming environments. Participation in any of the aforementioned organizations is subject to the observance of the Disability Foundation and affiliated societies' rules and procedures. Staff, volunteers, and clients are part of a team and expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner. This means that physical harm, verbal or written abuse, harassment of any kind, and any bullying behaviour will not be tolerated. Anyone found to have committed conduct prohibited by the societies is subject to disciplinary actions as deemed fit by the Executive Director, up to and including removal from the programs.