Supporters' Update Event

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Hosted by our Head of Income Generation, Rachel Morgan, this short lunchtime event will give you the chance to hear the latest news in services for children and families, as well as to get an exclusive insight into how we are continuing to look forward to a positive future, despite the immense challenges the pandemic has caused in all our lives. 

You will hear first-hand from a family that has received our specialist support during lockdown and we are also delighted to confirm that our Ambassador Mark Lewis Jones (Actor) will be saying a few words.

This is a free virtual event.

Simply click on the 'book now' button above or click here. 

Once you have signed up, you will receive a confirmation email shortly afterwards providing you with all the information you need to attend this virtual event. 

If you have any further questions regarding our Supporters' Update Event, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our fundraising team. 

To contact us, you can fill in an online form, email fundraising@cerebralpalsycymru.org or call 02920 522600 and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Once you have signed up to attend the event, you will receive a confirmation email from a member of our fundraising team with further details. 

You will need access to a computer or mobile / tablet to attend the event, which will be hosted via zoom.

A link to join the supporters update event will be sent out on the morning of the 22nd of October.  

If you would like to attend this supporters event but are unable to join us when we 'go live', please email fundraising@cerebralpalsycymru.org and we will be able to share a recording of the event with you once it has ended. 

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Take on 'The 7 Challenge' and help raise vital funds for Cerebral Palsy Cymru this October. 

We would like to invite all our supporters to this virtual update event, hosted by our Head of Income Generation, Rachel Morgan.

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