Helping Children with a Disability Learn to Swim
Giving children with a disability the opportunity and confidence to extend their abilities through swimming.
All Rainbow Clubs are sustainable, replicable and operating efficiently.
Swim the Rainbow Program
Provides motivation for children to learn to swim and rewards them as they progress through the colours of the rainbow. This is a toolkit for Rainbow Club Teachers who work with children of differing abilities during the course of a club meeting. It also provides transparency and assistance to parents and helps them understand the goals their child is working towards.
The 3 things families love about Rainbow Club
- It is an affordable weekend activity for the child in the family with a disability
- The lessons are individualised to each child’s ability
- Rainbow Club teachers are passionate, dedicated, qualified and nurturing
We’ve Been Endorsed
Rainbow Club Australia is an incorporated association in New South Wales and holds a charitable funding authority under section 16 of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991. The organisation is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient according to the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 and has DGR status.
Our Registered Charity Tick from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) gives reassurance to the public that we are transparent and accountable. We rely on your donations and volunteering to ensure we can continue our vital work, so we want you to know your support is making a difference. When you see the logo, it means the charity is registered with the ACNC so the public can easily find out what they do, who their beneficiaries are, how they are governed and how they manage their finances.