Disabled Wintersport Australia
Now in its 40th year, DWA provides winter adaptive services and equipment across 5 major Alpine Resorts. With over 1,100 members nationwide, DWA is an accredited National Sporting organisation (NSO) and State Sporting Organisation (SSO) as well as registered NDIS provider and operates specialist accommodation in Jindabyne at a new facility at Howmans Gap Falls Creek. DWA is are the Australian experts in Winter Alpine adaptive activities.
Partnership Agreement – It’s a perfect fit for Disabled Wintersport Australia and Quipmo!
When two organisations share a common mission to improve people’s lives through experiencing adaptive sports & activities, everybody wins!
DWA CEO Rick Coate said “DWA is incredibly pleased to partner with Quipmo, whose values and culture align perfectly with DWA’s. We are excited about the potential to provide access to adaptive equipment for people of all abilities throughout Australia’s Alpine. Our team of staff and some 250 volunteer Guides have been delivering safe and dignified experiences in the unique Alpine areas of Australia for over 40 years.”
Quipmo’s founder and CEO Chris Evans said: “We are truly delighted to be partnering with Disabled Wintersport Australia and are incredibly excited to be playing a part in enabling everyone to enjoy adventure! Bringing the whole community together through the share economy and enabling all families to adventure together is right at the heart of this incredibly exciting partnership. We look forward to seeing what this fantastic partnership with DWA can achieve and to seeing people from all abilities and backgrounds do more of what they love with those that they love!”