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Disability Sports Channel

Disability Sports Channel

Brief Description of Organisation

Our story is simple, the Disability Sports Channel is a nonprofit organisation designed by a group of athletes with a passion for promoting the sports we love. The organisation was founded after the realisation that there was a gap in the market for disability media. The staff that work for the organisation all have a variety of different disabilities.

Full Description of Organisation

Our story is simple, the Disability Sports Channel is a nonprofit organisation designed by a group of athletes with a passion for promoting the sports we love. The organisation was founded after the realisation that there was a gap in the market for disability media. The staff that work for the organisation all have a variety of different disabilities.


We are passionate about showcasing disability sports. We believe that to inspire the next generation of athletes; there needs to be an equal opportunity to be able to view disability sports. As we know, disability sports do happen every four years for the Paralympics, but every week of every year there are other events and competitions going on. Our goal is to celebrate and share these events with the world.


Changing the Game isn’t just about creating more sporting opportunities, but about ensuring the wider world has a better understanding of disability sport and generally a more forward thinking approach to persons with disabilities. We reflect this way of thinking within our own organisation as our core team is diverse in age, gender, ethnicity and abilities/disabilities.


We believe we will have a massive impact on disabled people. A recent survey that was carried out by The Great British Wheelchair Basketball Association showed that 78% of members said that wheelchair basketball had had a positive impact on their mental health.


Giving them a platform to express themselves and their sport will give all disabled people an opportunity to see what is out there and available to them.


That is the beginning and middle of our story so far but we need your help with the ending. We need to spread awareness by Showcasing heartfelt stories of the athletes. Sports governing bodies need to come together to discuss a plan on how we can better populate making disability sports and making events inclusive. We have a clear message that is translated throughout our projects.


We will be working with disabled athletes and disability sports groups from different parts of the country to be the front and centre of the disability sports channel movement. We want to allow everyone to be heard.


In total, our brand had reached 70,000 people with our activity. Our top followers range from the ages of 35-44 (14%), in comparison to ages 25-34 and 45-54 (12%) respectively. Out of this, 47% of your fans are female, and 52% are male. Our website has achieved 850 page views ( +^91.4%) and 318 (+^109.2), with top countries including UK, USA and Australia.

Disability Sports Channel

Brief Description of Organisation

Our story is simple, the Disability Sports Channel is a nonprofit organisation designed by a group of athletes with a passion for promoting the sports we love. The organisation was founded after the realisation that there was a gap in the market for disability media. The staff that work for the organisation all have a variety of different disabilities.

Disability Sports Channel