For the young amputee

Outward Bound provides organised activities and courses for the younger amputee

The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation  aims to enhance the lives of physically disabled young people, their families and communities, by enabling them to participate in sport.The Foundation employs nine dedicated field staff to support the AllSports programme throughout New Zealand. These AllSports Disability Sport Coordinators are a dedicated, skilled and experienced group of people who passionately believe in Sir Murray Halberg's vision, and can be contacted with any questions people have about getting involved in disability sport in their region.The main objective of the AllSports programme is to work with physically disabled young people and their families, schools and communities, national sporting bodies and Parafeds to ensure our young people don't miss out on the health, wellness and social benefits that sport provides.The AllSportsActivity Fund provides physically disabled young people with grants to help overcome the financial barriers that prevent them from participating in sport - this can be for equipment, lessons and coaching or camps. The main goal of the AllSportsActivity Fund is to assist physically disabled young people to regularly participate in sport and active recreation activities.

AFNZ is proudly supported by: