The Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, best known as VicHealth, is a premier health agency in Victoria and one of their main objectives is to make health a central part of our daily lives. VicHealth and CVI continue to work together to provide a number of incentives and programs to welcome people from all backgrounds into the sport of Calisthenics and to support CVI as the SSA to lead the sport of calisthenics into the future.
Sport and Recreation Victoria
Sport and Recreation Victoria (SRV) is the government agency for sport and recreation. SRV works to get more people involved in the community through sport and assists the sport and recreation sector to develop and improve community sport and recreation opportunities, funding and facilities throughout the state.
SRV support CVI and the sport of Calisthenics through the Victorians More Active Program (2012-2014) and Access All Abilities (2013-2015). These funding projects help support involvement in Calisthenics as both an active participant and also to support our volunteer and Club network.
The Victorians More Active (VMA) program assists Victoria’s State Sporting Associations (SSAs) to provide more opportunities for all Victorians to get involved in sport and recreation activities under four key areas; Participation, Membership, Officials (Coaches and Adjudicators) and Club capacity.
The Access for All Abilities (AAA) program is a Victorian Government initiative coordinated by Sport and Recreation Victoria. AAA funds SSAs to work at a community level to develop inclusive sport and recreation opportunities for people of all abilities.
This project will increase participation of people with a disability in Calisthenics, increase understanding of modifying and adapting our sport and building Club capacity to ensure they are inclusive for all.
Australian Sports Commission