Established in 2014, AMP’s Tomorrow Fund awards up to $1million in grants each year to amazing Australians doing great things in their communities.

Grant recipients work in a diverse range of fields and include artists, athletes, social innovators, scientists, educators, disability advocates, technologists, filmmakers, fashion designers, medical researchers and musicians.

The grants can be used for a range of activities, including travel, equipment, study costs, research and more.

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The team consists of both able bodied and para-triathletes who together, in an elite daily performance environment, develop the skills required for world class performances in Triathlon.

The team is based in Melbourne, Australia and Girona, Spain. 

Elotik is unashamedly devoted to High Performance and helping elite athletes reach their potential and achieve success in triathlon.

Elotik Pro Triathlon is a High Performance Triathlon program for Australian & International triathletes with a focus on the ITU circuit.

 

The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to understanding, preventing and treating mental illness. We are about creating a world where mental illness is treated with the same level of concern, immediacy and seriousness as physical illness; where scientists work to discover the causes of illness and new treatments, and where discoveries are immediately put into practice through health services, technology and community education.

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A fantastic organisation and a great supporter of Team Twomey

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Naboso Technology was launched when world-leading podiatrist Dr Emily Splichal turned her passion for barefoot science into a quest to transform worldwide fitness and healthcare – from the ground up.
 

In 2016 in New York City, Emily created the textured Naboso insole - with a world-first surface pattern inspired by barefoot science
and designed specifically to stimulate both the body and the brain. 

Professional athletes experienced better performance and faster recovery from injury, and Emily’s medical patients enjoyed becoming pain-free. 

Naboso Technology was born and exists today to bring the power of barefoot science to helping people across the globe.

It's like walking on air !

My Home Team

There are teams within teams and my biggest supporters are my family;my Home Team.

So a special shout out to my mum and dad, brother, nana, pop, uncles, aunts, nephews, cousins, close family friends and acquaintances. Welcome aboard!  

All the people in my family who are part of Team Twomey

Jason McCormack Photography

Jason McCormack is an Australian Photographer based in Sydney with over 25 years experience. His reputation as a trusted professional has led to his commission by various government organisations, iconic brands, record companies and major television networks. His work has been published extensively both nationally and internationally.

For bookings and enquiries please contact Jason on 0418 655 633 or www.jasonmccormack.con.au

Thanks for all the great shots, Jason.

START Foundation

https://www.startfoundation.org.au/grant-recipient-liamtwomey

I wishfully applied for a grant from START Foundation in mid-2016. The dream became a reality when my application was successful and I received funding to have the prosthetic necessary to engage in life without anything holding me back.

 

Today when I wake up I am not in pain. I can train and push my body further than I ever have before and get the results required to hopefully one day be an athlete in some capacity. 

Through the belief of the team at START I set a goal to make it to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, in what sport, I don't know as I'm yet to work that out. Regardless of what sport I pursue, the opportunity to fully embrace myself as an amputee and not limit my abilities as a person, has been the biggest reward from this grant.

 

The appreciation and gratitude I have for START for literally giving me a 'start' is beyond words. It has been an absolute game changer for my life, so thank you!"

Special thanks to Kerryn and the Start team for giving me a grant for a new prosthesis

Don Elgin

They don’t come any livelier than the boy from the bush! Raised in the NSW town of Tocumwal, Don start in life wasn’t exactly smooth sailing. Born without the lower portion of his left leg, his fingers fused together and needing open heart surgery at 3 years of age he was certainly up against the odds from the start.

But that was no barrier for this boy who would make his first Australian team at 18 years of age, become a World Champion and – a staggering 20 years later – represent Australia at the Commonwealth Games.

Entertaining, motivational and an all round larrikin; Don represented Australia in the athletics at four World Championships, three Paralympic Games and two World Cups before retiring in 2008.

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