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Time to Talk Day (6 February) encourages everyone to be more open about mental health – to talk, to listen, to change lives. This week’s show and tell article focuses on Get Out Get Active’s impact on people’s mental health.
This week’s Show and Tell article focuses on Get Out Get Active’s impact engaging people from BAME backgrounds.
Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is making waves in supporting people to feel happier and healthier. Here, we share some of the programme’s useful learning, funded by Spirit of 2012.
GOGA locality Thanet became 1 of 20 sites across the UK to receive funding to create inclusive swimming environments for people with long-term health conditions, impairments and rehabilitation needs.
Follow Robert's GOGA journey from newcomer to most improved athlete and now GOGA peer mentor!
Activity Alliance adds to its resource bank with the release of an updated profile toolkit. The refreshed toolkit provides clear and simple guidance on how to identify and group disabled people fairly for sports and activities.
Once a GOGA newcomer, Adrian and his family are now all involved in GOGA activities in Lincolnshire.
Ruth Hollis, Chief Executive of Spirit of 2012, tells us about how they invest in happiness and the power of the Get Out Get Active programme.
On Wednesday 25 September, Get Out Get Active (GOGA) hosted its fourth annual conference in Manchester. The day brought together local and national GOGA partners to celebrate investing in happiness.
Activity Alliance Head of Programmes, Kat Southwell, talks about the Get Out Get Active programme. This includes the success in engaging the least active people across the UK.
Thousands more inactive people are set to benefit from £4million new funding for Get Out Get Active (GOGA)
A report on the impact of mixed ability sport has been released by International Mixed Ability Sports (IMAS) as part of their Sport England funded Mixed Ability Sports Development Programme (MASDP)