Consider yourself the LeBron James or Andrew Gaze of your weekly basketball comp? Ever played basketball on wheels?

 Pride yourself on your serve in a weekend game of beach volleyball? We bet you've never played from the floor?

If you know your way around a court you could be the first mov'in champion!

Grab some mates and take on the Move 4 Kids Challenge - see for yourself what it takes to play adaptive sports. 


Variety Move 4 Kids Challenge is a fun, high energy, enlightening team challenge. Grab your mates, colleagues, or family, have some fun and experience playing adaptive sports in a round robin format.

We have limited spots available so be sure not to miss out. Get your team of up to 10 together and register NOW!

You will have a go at Goalball, Wheelchair Basketball and Sitting Volleyball. We encourage you to dress up in your best MOVE get up! It will be a great day full of crazy costumes with matches led by the adaptive sport professionals.

Prizes for best dressed team, highest fundraising team and individual, best team spirit and encouragement awards PLUS who will be our FIRST MOV'IN CHAMPION OF THE MOVE 4 KIDS CHALLENGE!?

New to Move 4 Kids? FAQs are here

This is a COVID safe event and is in accordance with NSW Government guidelines and regulations.



Variety Activate Sports Day, run in partnership with Sport NSW and delivered by Disability Sport Australia, are a free, fun and inclusive day of sport to try for kids living with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities.

Held during school terms, Activate Inclusion Sports Days give kids the opportunity to try sports they might otherwise miss out on. Aimed at kids aged 5-18 with learning difficulties, intellectual, sensory & physical disabilities, the days are an opportunity to have a go in a fun and inclusive environment.

Our goal is to raise $25,000 to ensure kids get to play and learn adaptive sports through this great initiative.

Will you help us get there?

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Goalball is a team sport designed for the blind and vision impaired, however sighted athletes can also play. It was created to help rehabilitate veterans at the end of WWII and has been in the Paralympics since 1976

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Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair Basketball is an exciting form of basketball that delivers an opportunity to develop new skills, increase your fitness and meet new friends.

Originally designed as a rehabilitation and recreation activity for those with a physical disability, the sport is now enjoyed by people of all abilities.

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Sitting Volleyball

Sitting Volleyball is a modified version of able-bodied indoor volleyball for people with impaired lower limb function. The game is played on a smaller court with a lower net. For this reason, it is a faster game than able-bodied volleyball.

Players must keep one buttock in contact with the floor at all times during play.

Watch how the game is played 

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Have questions? Feel free to reach out to the team with any of your Move 4 Kids questions.

If you want to talk to someone about the event the best person to speak to is Adriana!

Adriana Di Perna

Events Manager

9819 1000

If you want to talk to someone about sponsoring the event the best person to speak to is Peter!

Peter Harvey

Fundraising and Business Development Manager

0428 400 761

If you want to talk to someone about media or advertising, then you want to talk to Michelle!

Michelle Van Doninck

PR Manager

9819 1000