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You are the reason that we can continue to advocate for children and young people with cerebral palsy. With your help, we can give children with cerebral palsy better access to the care, support and education they deserve.

Your time, your stories, your involvement helps us to advocate for a positive change, to help develop best practice in care, to support parents and to make more people aware of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsy.

Whether you can take part in one of our surveys, or are willing to share your own story, or write your MP, follow us on social media, fundraise for us or volunteer your time, we really do need you to get involved.

Ways You Can Help

Whether you only have a few minutes or direct lived experience or a desire to give more children a better future, there are any number of ways that you can help us.

5 ways to help in 5 minutes

If you only have 5 minutes, here is how you could help us.

Donate

Donate and help us to make a change for good for children and young people at risk of or living with cerebral palsy and their families.

Fundraise

Fundraise and help us to ensure that every child with cerebral palsy in the UK can access the best possible intervention, care, education and support they deserve.

Volunteer

Giving your time and skills to Action Cerebral Palsy can help us to make a real difference in the lives of so many children and their families.

Corporate Partnerships

Your company can help us to make a real difference.

How you have made a difference

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Hundreds of parents have provided vital lived evidence to policy makers by completing our online parent survey or giving written, spoken or video feedback.

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Dozens of individuals, organisations and families have donated their time and money to us which has enabled us to establish the facts of what care is available and advocate for change by initiating the first ever All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cerebral Palsy.

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A number of trusts and foundations have helped us to launch our Awareness Campaign of the early warning signs of cerebral palsy and the need for urgent referral.

We are proud of what our supporters have helped us to achieve already.

Please click here to read our Action Cerebral Palsy Impact Report.

Thank you to all of our supporters