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Established in 1969, the KwaZulu-Natal Cerebral Palsy Association is a registered welfare organisation which strives to enhance the welfare and functional independence of people with Cerebral Palsy.



Will you help Ayoh or Evanje?

These two tiny precious children have just started at our Children with a Challenge Centre in Mariannhill. Both need constant care, stimulation and therapy to make the most of life. And this is where your donation would be so greatly appreciated!

DonateAyoh Nene (3) was born without complications, but suffered brain damage – including the loss of her sight – after having a severe seizure at the age of 7 months. She is now a quadraplegic, confined to a wheelchair. Her mom is very loving and caring, and has even moved to Pinetown from the Bluff in order to make it easier for Ayoh to attend our Centre.

Still, life is tough for the family – and having help with the cost of transport and therapy would make all the difference.

Evanje Boer (2) is blind, deaf and a quadraplegic as a result of suffering a stroke before she was even born. She lives with her parents, sister and brother in Kingsburgh.

Your generous contribution made online now – will help children like Evanje and Ayoh reach their full potential ... and give them a little of the joy that comes naturally to most other children.

If you have a heart that can be touched by the plight of disabled children, please make your donation now.

Support from caring members of the public is what keeps our doors open and makes it possible for children and adults with Cerebral Palsy to be cared for in a safe, loving and stimulating environment. Thank you for caring.

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image Christmas happenings
Get those diaries out and jot down these important dates

[posted 18 November 2014]
image Hope and help for little Tayla Grace
When the mother of a four year old with Cerebral Palsy wrote to the Big Favour for help‚ Damon Beard of East Coast Radio turned to us.

[posted 7 November 2014]
image Cerebral Palsy Awareness Week
From 25-31 August‚ we focus attention on families of young children with Cerebral Palsy.

[posted 22 August 2014]
image Diary Dates
Coming soon - the Browns’ School fete and the annual Pevensey Place fete

[posted 11 July 2014]
image Pevensey cricket team tops!
The annual ‘Jocks and Crocks’ Cricket match took place at Pevensey Place recently

[posted 11 July 2014]

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