Louise Sauvage is the first Paralympian to be elevated to Legend status in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
Leadership, funding and reframing enables Rainbow Club to grow and go from strength to strength, providing individualised swim lessons and social participation for children with a disability.
A new Board reaches out to their networks to raise awareness and Rainbow Club grows from one club to sixteen clubs, but tough times start to take hold.
Ron Siddons sets out to help children with a disability learn to swim. He designs an inflatable swimsuit and sets up a swimming group, naming it Rainbow Club.
Our 2019 Rainbow Connect was a special Connect to not only give Rainbow Club teachers, staff, volunteers and Committees a chance to come together, share experiences and learn but to also celebrate 50 years of Rainbow Club.
In July 2018, Rob Lloyd was awarded Life Membership of Rainbow Club.
Christmas in July 2019 was a great success! This annual social fundraising event provides valued funding for Rainbow Club.
Lead teachers gathered to learn about teaching safety techniques to children with a disability in preparation for Rainbow Club Safety Week.
Thirteen participants joined Rainbow Club for our 2019 Train to Teach program to learn water safety, CPR, and important information about working for Rainbow Club.
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