Participate in one of our events, have fun and do something life changing for yourself and people with cerebral palsy.
You’re invited to Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s annual Fashion Show!
Please join us on Saturday 17th September at Canberra Southern Cross Club Woden from 2pm.
The afternoon will include a traditional High Tea, bubbly, entertainment, raffle, auction items and much more!
Book your tickets today and avoid missing out!
The Krazy Kosci Klimb is an exciting challenge for young people living with cerebral palsy. Open to people between the ages of 12 to 24 years this event will see 20 young people, ably assisted by their support teams, attempt to reach the top of Australia!
Funds raised by the Krazy Kosci Klimb support the accessible sport and recreation programs, enabling the purchase of specialised equipment and providing qualified exercise physiologists to benefit teenagers and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities.
A great weekend of golf relaxing with family and friends. Play 18 holes on a championship golf course, ranked among the top resort courses in Australia.
The Grace Gala raises funds for the Research Foundation of Cerebral Palsy Alliance, and the Grace Centre for newborn care, located at The Children’s Hospital, Westmead.
Held in June this black tie event enables funding for new projects at the cutting edge of disability prevention as well as the purchase of vital neonatal intensive care equipment.
Steptember is an exciting new health and wellness initiative designed to improve your fitness and have a positive impact on the lives of people living with cerebral palsy. In teams of four, participants track their daily step count by wearing a pedometer, and record their results on the interactive Steptember website.
There’s no place like the racecourse to experience the excitement and thrills of first class racing. Be part of this fun filled event and make a difference to the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy.
Challenge yourself and your teammates to change the lives of children with cerebral palsy by completing a 2km swim off Shelly Beach, a 20km foreshore walk or run and a 3km kayak.