Take part in events

Taking part in events is a fun social way to support us

Cerebral Palsy Alliance has a fundraising activity to suit everybody, it’s easy and rewarding and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Over the next 12 months we’re participating in some of the nation’s biggest running and fitness events. Get active and put your hand for cerebral palsy!

Every dollar you raise will help reduce waiting times by helping Cerebral Palsy Alliance buy life-changing equipment for people living with cerebral palsy.

It’s easy and rewarding and you will receive ongoing fundraising support from Cerebral Palsy Alliance. Score a free running singlet when your fundraising reaches $100.


Sunday 13 August 2017

Join our team in the world’s biggest fun run and raise money to help Cerebral Palsy Alliance buy life-changing equipment.

Enter the City2Surf:, then choose Cerebral Palsy Alliance as your charity and follow the steps to create your fundraising page.


Pub 2 Pub

Sunday 27 August 2017

We are excited to be a local charity partner of this iconic Northern Beaches event. Register now!

There are 3km and 6km accessible courses and a 13km course – something for everyone!
Enter the race then set up a fundraising page in minutes to support cerebral palsy.


Blackmores Sydney Running Festival

Sunday 17 September, 2017

Not only will you be helping Cerebral Palsy Alliance – you can RUN FOR FREE!! Once you fundraise $500 you’ll have the cost of your ticket rebated to you. How good is that!

With 3.5km; 10km, 21km and 42km courses, there’s something for everyone. All courses cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge!

Enter now at earlybird prices. Simply purchase your race ticket and then set up your fundraising page


$265: Jason set up an online fundraising page as part of his City2Surf challenge and raised money just by emailing his colleagues.

$5000: Rachel started running to keep her mind and body strong so she can support her son who lives with cerebral palsy. As well as doing the Blackmores Running Festival, Rachel competed in her first Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney in 2015 and raised an incredible $5016.

$15,000: Louise has a daughter with cerebral palsy and her family and friends formed a team – “GoGeorgiaGo” – with over 130 people, to compete in the 2015 Pub2Pub Fun Run.