National Campaigns

National Campaigns aligning with or adding value to delivery of Ping!

We Are Undefeatable – Table Tennis England are proud to support We Are Undefeatable, the national campaign aiming to inspire and support people with long term health conditions to build physical activity into their lives, in a way that their condition allows – have a little knock with a friend on difficult days, or smash it on your good days!”

The campaign is inspired by, and features, the real-life experiences of people with long term health conditions, such as depression, dementia, arthiritis, heart disease or type 2 diabetes, getting active in a way they works for them, despite the ups, downs and unpredictability of their condition. People with one or more health condition are twice as likely to be inactive than those without. At present 44.8% of people with health conditions are considered ‘active’.

Led by 15 of the major health and social care charities (Richmond Group of Chairities), We Are Undefeatable is backed by expertise, insight and significant National Lottery funding from Sport England.

TGC This Girl Can, funded by The National Lottery, believes that there’s no right way to get active. Through our Ping Pong Parlours, we aim to pilot some targeted activities for women and girls from the BAME community, as we have a large number of facilities available (Ping Pong Parlours and Community Venues) in areas of high BAME populations and therefore potentially some exciting opportunities to engage this hard-to-reach market.

Who Says – For far too long disabled people have faced misconceptions and presumptions on what is and isn’t possible, including in sport. Activity Alliance wants to move the conversations on, open people’s minds and shift out-dated views on disability. Launched on 15 July, who says? gives positive evidence, resources and guidance to replace these negative ideas. The campaign films focus on six key perceptions from the charity’s recent research. Each film provides upbeat insight from a mixture of disabled and non-disabled people.