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Don't Quit Do It

12 million people in the UK have a disability but only one in six takes part in sport regularly. We want this to change.

Our work with people who have suffered life changing injuries means we recognise the many benefits that physical activity and sport can have. Don’t Quit, Do It showcases how sport helps people recover from serious injuries and other major traumas in their lives.

Grants Programme

Our Disability Sports Grants Programme awarded more than £10,000 to individuals and teams involved in inclusive sport. Grants helped people take part in sports as diverse as rowing, wheelchair rugby and swimming.

Learn more about the programme

Ola's Story

Ola is 3 years old and lives in Newcastle. She was involved in a car crash when she was only 20 months old, leaving her paralysed from the waist down.

Ola is full of energy and enjoys being as independent as possible. She pushes herself one mile to nursery every day and took part in Parallel London 2017 with her mum and her family.

Read more about Ola's story



Hannah Cockroft

Hurricane Hannah is an inspiration to people of all ages and abilities and has become a really special, and smiling, role model for everyone involved in disability sport.

Hannah Cockroft

Alfie Hewett

20-year-old Alfie has won grand slam wheelchair tennis titles and is a double Paralympic silver medallist. He wants to leave a lasting legacy to young people looking to get involved in disability sport.

Alfie Hewett

Upcoming Events

On 18 August at Dorney Lake, Windsor, the Superhero Tri will see people with all kinds of disabilities come together and compete alongside like-minded individuals on a mass scale.

Superhero Tri