The Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand
Starting in infancy and lasting for life, Cerebral Palsy is the most common cause of childhood disability in this country. It is a physical disability that affects movement and posture.
Around 1 in 500 children are born with Cerebral Palsy in New Zealand each year - that’s more than 10,000 Kiwis.
Many people with Cerebral Palsy experience significant barriers in everyday life.
By making a donation, you're supporting us to help Kiwis with Cerebral Palsy live life to the full, through funding programmes that promote active participation and social inclusion.
Your generosity will go towards our vital advisory services, social connection events as well as our getProgramme - funding support towards transport, counselling, equipment, exercise and everyday essentials that make a big difference in the lives of our members.
All things that keep the people we support active, in their community and living life to the full!
We're the Cerebral Palsy Society of NZ, the only charity in New Zealand dedicated to helping people living with Cerebral Palsy reach their highest potential and have more independence, freedom and choice.