Ways to donate

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Make a one-off donation

Our vital work with children who have cerebral palsy and their families is only made possible because of your support

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Set up a regular gift

Regular gifts help make sure that every child with cerebral palsy gets the best possible start in life

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Join our 1992 Club

Continue the legacy of a special gift that founded our charity.

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Pay in your fundraising

Thank you for fundraising for us and for making that crucial difference to children living with cerebral palsy in Wales

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Join our lottery

Play our lottery for just £1 a week and be in with a chance of winning up to £25,000!

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Leaving a gift in your will

Please help provide therapy and support for those babies yet to be born

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Donate in memory

Making a donation in someone’s memory is a meaningful and lasting way to remember that person

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Donate through your salary

Payroll giving is a tax efficient scheme that lets employees donate to their chosen charities

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Trusts and foundations

Trusts and foundations enable us to have a significant impact on the lives of children and families living with cerebral palsy

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Noah's story

After our first therapy session, I left Cerebral Palsy Cymru’s children’s centre with something nobody had previously dared give me for my little boy. I left with hope.

- Leah, Noah's mum

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Ben's story

We left that initial therapy session on an absolute high and haven’t looked back since!

- Alison, Ben's mum

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Charlotte's blog

Hi, my name is Charlotte and I have just turned 15. I have recently taken part in Cerebral Palsy Cymru's 'Independent Living Skills Programme' and I would love to share my experience of the project with you. 

- Independent Living Skills 2021

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Cora's story

From that day we feel we have been part of the Cerebral Palsy Cymru family, and we have not looked back.

- Family story

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Aoife's Story

Having virtual sessions opened up a new avenue of skill-building for Aoife

- Family story

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