Project information

New Sports Wheelchairs

New Sports Wheelchairs - Leeds Spiders wheelchair Basketball Club have the need to replace 10 old sports wheelchairs with new one, these old ones have helped the club for the last 5 years but need replacing,

12 weeks

Charity information: Spider - Y Limited

Spider - Y Limited logo
  • Need


    The old chairs have been used for over 800 hours. and have travelled up and down the country, These need replacing with newer lighter more durable wheelchairs


    We will provide the chairs for our junior and senior players who cant get access to funding for there own wheelchair.
    We will recycle the old ones and lend them to partner schools so there can develop school teams.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    We need to raise £12000.00


    » School Roads shows to raise awareness of disabled sports.

    What success will look like

    Success will be measured by the outcome of the fundraising we hope to successfully have 10 new chairs for the start of next season.

  • Impact


    We hope that by getting the newer stronger chairs these will last longer and our players will benefit from have the best sports wheelchairs available to them.




    We will include Newsletters and emails to all donors.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £12,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £12,000 Sports Wheelchairs Ten new wheelchairs for Wheelchair basketball
  • Background




    Spider-y enables those people in the community who cannot take part in able bodied sports to take part in wheelchair sports and to enjoy participating in sport locally, nationally and internationally. Spider-y also exists to promote understanding of the difficulties encountered by those who are disabled.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Recent research carried out by Research Works states that "A lack of accessible sports clubs, health related barriers and unsuitable facilities remain as major barriers for disabled people in sport". Therefore, the development of increased, inclusive activity delivered locally in accessible provisions will reduce these barriers and encourage more young people of wide ranging abilities and disability to access sport and physical activity.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Andrew Gardner