In 2017, Dylan co-founded disability and accessibility training start-up Get Skilled Access and began hosting on national radio station Triple J. He is a tireless advocate for disability and is a highly sought-after motivational speaker, travelling Australia and the world inspiring organisations to be the best versions of themselves
Dylan is also a keen philanthropist, and in 2014 set the world record for the longest continuous playing of wheelchair tennis, playing for 24 hours non-stop, raising funds for two charities, Variety the Children’s Charity and The Starlight Foundation.
The Dylan Alcott Foundation is committed to helping young Australians with disabilities overcome the barriers of entry to sport and education by providing fundraising for grants, scholarships and mentoring.
Our fundraising efforts will help to achieve big dreams through tangible means, purchasing expensive and much-needed sporting equipment, and providing scholarships at leading education institutions, and mentoring programs with industry trailblazers.
At the Dylan Alcott Foundation, we help young people with a disability who are under the age of 25 and are facing challenges fulfilling their potential because of barriers of entry that exists due to the lack of resources, funding and understanding.
Living with a disability can be tough and we want to change that. If you have a disability and have shown potential in your field, we want to help you achieve your dreams.
If we can help you with anything in the
mean time feel free to get in touch.