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GOGA is about much more than being active. It is an approach. It’s a fun, inclusive way where disabled and non-disabled people can be active together. Today we release our new impact report, showing the impact of GOGA from March 2020 to September 2022.
Get Out Get Active is supporting Project M.A.D Hikers as it builds a community for those addressing mental health challenges.
Kat Southwell, Head of Programmes at Activity Alliance, reflects on the Get Out Get Active approach and how it is helping to integrate physical activity into more lives.
Get Out Get Active is proud to partner with Barnardo’s Action with Young Carers Liverpool to keep young carers physically active.
GOGA partners Bradford Disability Sport and Leisure, are bringing dance sessions to communities in the Holmewood estate.
We caught up with Michael Salmon, Head of Insight, Health and Wellbeing at Active Black Country, to learn more about the impact that GOGA is having on local people.
We spoke to wheelchair basketball coach, Rob, about his experience of GOGA
Get Out Get Active launch Nottingham’s top tips to setting up a deliverers' network to support other organisations who are thinking about doing the same.
Get Out Get Active in Blackpool is proud to be working alongside Active Lancashire to deliver activities to young people at Streetlife and William Lyon’s House.
Get Out Get Active in Bassetlaw are creating multiple walk and talk groups. Read Paul's blog to see how GOGA is continuing to help people in the local community.
We spoke to a participant, Liz, at Tedworth Equestrian centre in Wiltshire about her experience of GOGA.
Get Out Get Active is teaming up with Thru Life to spark positive change in local communities.