The Paralympic Sports Club of Columbus is hosting the USABA Midwest Regional Goalball Tournament, but needs volunteers like YOU!
Goalball is the most popular team sport for the blind and visually impaired. The sport originated in 1946 when Austrian Hanz Lorrenzen and German Sett Reindle developed the game as a way to keep blinded WWII veterans physically active. Goalball has since become the premier team sport for blind athletes and is played competitively in 112 countries.
What: All volunteers will be helping with the visually impaired sport Goalball. Volunteers will be trained upon arrival to be a line judge, score keeper, time clock keeper, check in personnel, guide, or food helper.
Where: Ohio State School for the Blind, 5220 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43214
When: Saturday, March 7th (11:30am – 3:00pm)
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About the Paralympic Sports Club: The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department, Therapeutic Recreation, sponsors recreational activities that are modified to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation enhances an individual’s physical, social, and lifetime recreational interests in a broad spectrum of leisure experiences. Therapeutic Recreation welcomes and encourages everyone, including the non-disabled, to participate.
About Columbus Gives Back: We love Columbus, young professionals, and getting involved! Our mission is to connect young professionals across central Ohio and engage them in our communities through 35-40 social volunteer and philanthropic opportunities per month.
#SocialTwist: After the event, we encourage you to join us for food or drinks and have fun with other cool volunteers like you!
Cancellation Policy: Due to the nature of our events, an accurate headcount is important. Please contact one of the event coordinators if you have RSVP’ed but are unable to attend this event.