Benevolent Fund leads by example*
Imagine being handed a diagnosis for your child that suddenly changes your lives from that moment on – an outlook where simple ‘givens’ like walking, talking, eating or going to school are suddenly unknown.
This is the reality for many parents who have a child born with Cerebral Palsy.
Described as a place of hope, the Cerebral Palsy Education Centre (CPEC) delivers world leading programs to help children and their families learn essential life skills many take for granted.
CPEC provides over 14,000 hours of therapy a year and uses leading-edge technology to ensure every child reaches their potential, no matter how severe their disability.
With no direct government funding and a growing demand for our services, we need your help to continue to support our families.
There are many ways you can support CPEC – why not fundraise for us in the 2019 Melbourne Marathon, help us on the day by becoming a volunteer, or make a direct donation now?
For more information please visit our website:
A big thank you to our supporting partner APS Benevolent Fund which provides us with grants for much needed equipment and services.
*Copy supplied by APS Benefits