How your fundraising helps

Every dollar makes a real difference!

By fundraising for cerebral palsy alliance, or donating to a fundraiser, you're helping give kids and adults living with cerebral palsy, and their families, opportunities to reach their goals. You're helping them reach their full potential. You're helping build futures.

17 million

people are living with cerebral palsy worldwide.


people are living with cerebral palsy in Australia.

1 in 700

Australian babies are diagnosed with cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance relies solely on the generosity of fundraisers, donors, corporate partners and events to help fundraise for much needed services and supports not funded by the NDIS. Your fundraising helps provide;

Essential mobility, communication and daily living equipment when it's needed, 
Early detection and intervention for babies and risk of cerebral palsy, 
Research into the prevention, cure and improved treatments for cerebral palsy, and
Innovative new programs and value added services. 

How you're helping kids like Harry

Baby Harry was born at just 24 weeks, and spent his first 105 days in intensive care. He was assessed as being at high risk of cerebral palsy and started 30 hours of physiotherapy and occupational therapy through the Babies at Risk Program - a program that relies solely on the generosity of people like you.

Watch the video to see what happened next. 

About cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is an umbrella term that refers to a group of disorders that affects a person's movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, posture and balance. It is a permanent and life-long condition, however generally does not worsen over term, and early intervention can make a significant difference to independent mobility, balance and coordination, gross and fine motor skills and play and social skills.