Help us find sports clubs so we can share our great coaching resources

Help us find sports clubs so we can share our great coaching resources

Help us find sports clubs so we can share our great coaching resources
Paralympics New Zealand

Estimated Time: 1 - 2 Days Over 1 - 2 Weeks

Paralympics New Zealand has launched LevelUp, a series of online modules for coaching disabled athletes. The modules help all sports coaches to gain confidence, knowledge, capability and creativity to coach disabled athletes. There is no cost to the modules and they are open to anyone. Help us get the word out about LevelUp. We're looking for an ace internet researcher to hunt down the email addresses of sports clubs around the country. There are lots out there, and we'd like to gather a list of around 500 email addresses across the 28 sports which are contested at the Paralympic Games.

Working location

You can work from your own location, or you are welcome to join us in the Paralympics New Zealand office in Parnell, Auckland.

Proposed project steps with time estimates

When the volunteer is selected, they can ask any questions they have.
Then they will begin work adding email addresses to the Excel file.
Paralympics New Zealand will review this after the first hour or so, and answer any questions.
On completion, Paralympics New Zealand will contact the clubs on the list.

What We Have In Place

Paralympics New Zealand
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) is the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) for New Zealand. We are a charity and our overall vision is ‘Through Para sport, lives will be transformed’. We are part of a worldwide social change movement.
What we Do
We use the power of sport to positively influence community perceptions of disabled people and to promote a more diverse and inclusive society. To do this, we support and celebrate the achievements of Para athletes at international and national competitions all year round. Every two years, we lead New Zealand Paralympic Teams to the Paralympic Games. We also work in the local community to advocate for sport to become more accessible for disabled people and to support the creation of more systems and programmes to enable participation in Para sport.