Rainbow Club Partnerships
Rainbow Club’s purpose and mission is focused on helping young people with a disability learn to swim and participate in aqua fitness activities.
Our Board, staff, teachers and volunteers are dedicated to this goal and every weekend Rainbow Club delivers 2000+ individualised and personalised lessons to young people with a disability.
A partnership with Rackley Swimming formed in 2022 which has enabled Rainbow Club to set up clubs in SE QLD
A partnership was formed with Y NSW in 2022 to enable us to work together to help young people with a disability in pools managed by Y NSW.
A partnership was formed with Carlile Swimming in 2021, allowing access to their pool space across Northern Sydney.
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Rainbow Club appreciates the donations which enable us to increase our capacity so children with a disability can receive regular swimming classes.
Acacia Ridge (QLD), Armidale, Auburn, Batemans Bay, Baulkham Hills, Bexley, Blaney, Bondi, Bruce (ACT), Calwell (ACT), Campbelltown, Caringbah (Active Moves), Castle Hill, Cherrybrook, Cronulla/Miranda, Deagon (QLD), Denistone East, Dubbo, Erina, Five Dock, Forster, Freshwater, Glenmore Park, Gregory Hills, Gumdale (QLD)Hurstville, Jindalee (QLD), Kensington, Kurri Kurri, Lane Cove, Lane Cove West, Lithgow, Liverpool CBD, Liverpool, Maroubra, Mt Annan, Mt Pritchard, Muswellbrook, Narellan, Newcastle City, Newcastle City (Active Moves), Newington/Stanmore, North Lakes (QLD), North Sydney, Norwest, Orange, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Revesby, Roma( QLD), Sans Souci, Seven Hills, Seven Hills North, Southern Highlands, Springwood, Strathfield, Sutherland, Taree, Tamworth, The Ponds, Toronto, Tuggerah, Ulladulla, Valentine, Wahroonga, Warriewood, Warringah, Warwick Farm, West Pymble, Windsor, Wollongong, Woolooware. See details