Build a Better Future appeal

Build a Better Future building appeal

Help us build a better future for children and families living with cerebral palsy in Wales by supporting the development of our new children’s centre.

In Autumn 2019 we were awarded a grant of £1.5million from the Welsh Government, which along with a major gift from the Moondance Foundation in 2017, enabled us to purchase a new home in Llanishen, Cardiff. Our aim was to create a purpose-built children’s centre befitting of a national centre of excellence, with the space to enable us to see many more children and families. This has been our dream for many years.

Despite the financial challenges we have faced over the last year due to the pandemic, and the need for us to focus on securing revenue income, it has still been vital to move forward with the development of the new centre.

However, the scale of the refurbishment has been significantly reduced. Many of the key features have been removed, including a lift to ensure the whole building is accessible, hoists, furniture and storage, a specialist disabled toilet, partition walls to increase the number of therapy rooms, to name just a few.

Our goal now is to raise the £450,000 required to transform the facilities as close to the original plans, and dream, as possible.

This is where we need your help!

Help us fill up our house to reach our target

Current:£101,345

Donations

Target
£450,000.00


Amount reached

    Donate to our appeal

    Make a one-off, or regular donation to our appeal and help us build a better future for children and families living with cerebral palsy in Wales. You can also pay in your fundraising here.

    Fundraise for us

    Organise your own fundraiser to help us reach our target! Take a look at some ideas and inspiration to get you started and then tell us what you’re planning. Our fundraising team will be on hand to support you.

    Sponsor our appeal

    If, as an individual or company, you would like to support the new children’s centre in a tangible and lasting way, we have a number of exciting sponsorship opportunities available, with some great benefits.

    Thank you to all our sponsors and funders

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    Clara With Mum Sera Jane

    Clara’s story

    When we completed our first baby block of 6 weeks of therapy at Cerebral Palsy Cymru’s therapy centre it was a life-changer. We are truly grateful to have found such help and guidance amongst the darkness, we can now look forward to the future, thanks to Cerebral Palsy Cymru.

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    Pam Perry

    I started to Bake for Bobath in 2014 as a fun way of saying thank you to Bobath for the amazing therapy they have given my granddaughter.

    Held at home, a small gathering of friends with plenty of cake and coffee plus donations, £97.00, not bad I thought. Still held at home it is an annual event on m…

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    Sienna

    Sienna’s story

    The early intervention programme, has been such a comfort to us as we were doing something positive from pretty much day one for Sienna. The support and comfort that Cerebral Palsy Cymru provides means that the therapy doesn’t just stop with the child who receives it, the whole family benefits.

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    Fred Soper

    Being a volunteer for Cerebral Palsy Cymru means I can give something back to my community. I was a customer at Crwys road and liked the atmosphere that the manager created. The volunteers are happy and the manager is kind-hearted and good with everyone so when I got the opportunity to volunteer my …

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    Ffion’s story

    Each visit to Cerebral Palsy Cymru’s therapy centre in Cardiff meant a 130-mile round trip to get to the centre but it was well worth it. The sessions were a great tool and taught us how to help Ffion and how to continue with her physiotherapy at home.

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