How National Paralympic Committees can get in touch

How National Paralympic Committees can get in touch

If you are a disabled athlete from a developing nation and competing for your country please contact us here athlete@kitusout.org.

If you are a National Paralympic Committee or a Chef d’Mission or a coach from a developing nation that is facing equipment issues please contact us here official@kitusout.org.

We are only able to currently help with direct kit requests and basic equipment requirements. We will also need to know exactly what you are after and we will need to be able confirm your identity.

Please note we will not be sending money out to buy the relevant equipment, we will only be sending out actual kit.

 

 

 

  • Our Para athtletes have very little funding in Namibia, thanks to Kit Us Out our athletics team received brand new kits and have gone not to win medals at both the international Athletic Championships and the Commonwealth Games.

    Michael Hamukwaya,
    Namibia Para-sport Athletics coach
  • The generous donation of sports wear and sporting items for our Para athletes has provided far reaching impact. Having the right kit is so important to ensure an athlete is able to perform at their best and the support from Kit Us Out has helped our team do just that.

    Lorraine Mar, CEO,
    Fiji National Olympic Committee
  • The whole team is extremely thankful to Kit Us Out for the generosity you showed us. The running kits, sprint spikes and wheelchairs have been of huge value to our athtletes, helping them both compete and train.

    Rosemary Mawe, Team Manager,
    Para Sport, Papua New Guinea
  • The cycling kit we received fro you was of immense value to our Para cyclists. We have very limited funding to buy any new kit and we are so grateful. THANK YOU Kit Us Out.

    Godfrey Jax,
    Tanzanian Para cycling coach
  • Many thanks Kit Us Out for the powerlifting suit for my lifter from Ghana.You saved us from a lot of stress and disappointment and we cant thank you enough.

    Peter Adjei,
    Head Coach of Ghana Powerlifting team