CLPG Grant Recipient Matt RogersBackground image for Grant Recipients text

For 25 years, outdoors-lover Matt Rogers had been unable to venture off the beaten track due to the limitations of his wheelchair.

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Ricky Chittleborough, a CLPG Recipient.Background image for Grant Recipients text

For Ricky Chittleborough, working out at the gym is important for his health and vital for his great passion in life – playing basketball.

Ricky Chittleborough

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CLPG Grant Recipient Sean CatlinBackground image for Grant Recipients text

Sean Catlin thought he would have to give up his lifelong love of surfing following a car accident in 2013.

Sean Catlin

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CLPG Grant Recipient Sarah EdmistonBackground image for Grant Recipients text

Sarah Edmiston’s dream of competing at the World Para Athletics Championships in London was realised earlier this year.

Sarah Edmiston

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Explore, Join, Create!

Community Living and Participation Grants provide up to $10,000 for customised solutions that support people with disability to participate in family and community life.

People with disability can apply for equipment, resources, activities and projects connected to their particular social and recreational goals.

Community groups can apply for equipment, resources, training and activities that promote inclusion of people with disability.

If you have an idea for a Community Living and Participation Grant, we encourage you to contact us for expertise and advice to assist you develop your idea.

To find out if you’re eligible for a Community Living and Participation Grant, please visit our About CLPG page.

Read about our grant recipients

Ricky Chittleborough

For Ricky Chittleborough, working out at the gym is important for his health and vital for his great passion in life – playing basketball.

Sarah Edmiston

Sarah Edmiston’s dream of competing at the World Para Athletics Championships in London was realised earlier this year.

Sean Catlin

Sean Catlin thought he would have to give up his lifelong love of surfing following a car accident in 2013. His injuries left him a T10/11 paraplegic.

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