Events

Brothers Taking on Adaptive Sports Together

Brothers taking on adaptive sports
Brothers Taking on Adaptive Sports Together For the past two years, Jacques Junior [Jay-Jay] Booysens has been participating as one of the Warrior On Wheels Foundation [WOW] buggy teams in the Cape Town Cycle Tour, towed by his super-human volunteer cyclist Marc Wyllie. He celebrated his 9th birthday the same day as he took on his first 109km tour of Cape Town by buggy in 2018 - balloons billowin...
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A Wheelchair Accessible Wild Goose Chase Game

Wild Goose Chase Game
A Wheelchair Accessible Wild Goose Chase Game The Gallivanting Goose and Warrior On Wheels Foundation / Accessible South Africa teamed up for the first ever wheelchair accessible wild goose chase game, launched on the 11 May 2019. We gathered our troops and got our game on for an exhilirating scavenger hunt at one of Cape Town's Big 6 tourist destinations - the V&A Waterfront! We en...
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Accessible Events

Accessible Events
Planning and Preparation for Accessible Events When planning accessible events - whether a conference, exhibition, festival or celebration - there are a number of things to consider if you want to host an inclusive and accessible event. You've hired the venue, booked the catering, and lined up the speakers - but have you considered your guests with disabilities in these preparations? Here are som...
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Warrior On Wheels Foundation hosts first WOW Kids Festival

WOW Kids Festival
WOW Kids Festival on 6 October 2018 Venue: Stellenbosch Vineyards, R310, Baden Powell Drive The Warrior On Wheels Foundation will be hosting their very first WOW Kids Festival on the 6th of October 2018. We’re putting the FUN in fundraising. Warrior On Wheels Foundation aims to uplift and empower children with disabilities by providing special adventures tailored for special kids, thereby cha...
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Cape Town Cycle Tour 2018 Buggy Teams

The Cape Town Cycle Tour, the world's largest timed cycling event, also became the most inclusive sporting event in 2013 when they changed the rules of this 35,000 entrant event to accommodate children with disabilities towed in buggies by able-bodied cyclists. Not only are buggy teams allowed to participate, but the organisers have gone over an above to ensure safety and inclusion for all....
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