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DSNI Disability Sports Hubs

What better way to end the week than with a great good news story from Whitenoise neighbour and client Disability Sport NI? It was announced this week that the charity has teamed up with Progressive Building Society to launch a new three-year partnership to support the development of Disability Sports Hubs across Northern Ireland, improving the health and wellbeing of people with disabilities. It will be the first time ever that Northern Ireland’s main disability sports charity will have 11 part time activity leaders based in every single council area.

The launch was attended by key stakeholders who heard how the Disability Sports Hubs will bring tangible benefits, from both staff and sporting ambassadors including our very own gold-winning Paralympian, Kelly Gallagher MBE.

We are privileged to have worked on branding and comms for this initiative and wish DSNI and the Progressive every success as they make sports accessible to all with disabilities throughout Northern Ireland! Find out more about this amazing initiative here.

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