How Do I ?

“Go for Life”

The Go for Life Programme is getting older people more active, more often. It helps older people to plan and to lead activities and sports. They give talks and demonstrations about how to get more active, keep healthy and stay safe. They also fund groups who are getting older people more active. They have lots of ideas for activities that can be done – either alone or with friends. So why not get in touch with them.

Go for Life

Age & Opportunity
Marino Institute of Education Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9 Telephone: 01 805 7709
Email:   info@ageandopportunity.ie  www.olderinireland.ie

Go for Life is an Age & Opportunity initiative funded by the Irish Sports Council

Fit Line Project

This is a phone support service for older adults who want advice on becoming more physically active. There is no charge and people who register will receive a call every two weeks to see how they are doing.

To Register: T 01 805 7709

Activity Festivals

These are organised by your Local Sports Partnership to bring groups together to try new activities.

Advice to groups on filling out the Go for Life National Grant Scheme application form.

Go For Life is the national programme for sport and physical activity for older people. Its aim is to involve greater numbers of older people in all aspects of sport and physical activities.

Application forms can be requested by phone on

T01 805 77333 or by e-mail from gfl@mie.ie

They can also be downloaded from:

www.ageandopportunity.ie/national-grant-scheme

Cork Sports Partnership 

In 2008, Cork City Sports Partnership was established by Cork City Council to increase participation in Sport in Cork City and County. Following the successful merger of Cork County Sports Partnership and Cork City Sports Partnership in December 2009, Cork Sports Partnership was officially established. If you are interested in becoming more active please contact Cork County Sports Partnership on (021) 434 7096 or follow this link to their website for more information: http://www.corksports.ie

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