The Cerebral Palsy Society is a member-based organisation that strives to enhance the lives of people with cerebral palsy in New Zealand by providing programmes, support and advice.
They run a variety of programmes and services for their members – from vouchers to subsidise taxi travel and physical activities, to grants, member events and support networks.
The Cerebral Palsy Society is leading a number of initiatives working towards enhancing the lives of individuals living with cerebral palsy in New Zealand. Some of these include beach chairs, harness system, compression clothing, Boccia, children’s voices, youth voice and clinical partnerships.
If you are a Cerebral Palsy Society member, you could apply for a grant under:
The Get This & That programme - for small items. Go to Get This & That Programme
The Get Out There programme - Go to Get Out There Programme
Individual Grants - to help you or your family's independence, or quality of life. Go to Individual Grants
The Cerebral Palsy Society Grants are open to members with Cerebral Palsy, to help them fund activities or to give assistance for a special cause.
The purpose of this grant is to assist people with Cerebral Palsy to obtain items or services that mitigate the effects of living with Cerebral Palsy. Grants should assist a person’s independence and / or quality of life, or in the case of a child, also that of the parents, / family. Please click here to find out more.
Academic grants are to enable members to participate in adult educational opportunities. Please click here to find out more.
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