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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.

 

 


Donate R67 in honour of Mandela Day - 18 July 2014

As Mandela Day approaches, we relive the sadness of losing our beloved Tata last year. But it makes us more determined than ever to keep his legacy alive.

Madiba had a deep love for children and his efforts to make the world a better place were fixed firmly on the future, when the children of today would take their place as leaders of our country.

The children who attend our day care centres will probably never be able to take their place in society. But if people like you care, they can lead safe and happy lives.

DonatePlease be the hand that reaches out to them this Mandela Day ... with your special gift of R67 – one rand for every year Mandela spent fighting for human rights.

Or give R2 for every year, with a donation of R134 ... or even R10 for every year with a donation of R670.

It will make all the difference in helping to keep our centres open so that children and adults affected by Cerebral Palsy can be cared for with love ... regardless of race, culture, religion or financial means.

Thank you for commemorating Mandela Day with us!

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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]
 
image Beautiful fun!
The girls at CREST and CWAC were recently spoilt with a Pamper Party

[posted 11 July 2014]
 
image Almost ready!
New classrooms at Reunion School are almost ready for occupation and the children are very excited.

[posted 27 May 2014]
 
image Annual National Cerebral Palsy Conference: Report Back
Paula Van Eeden‚ our Centres Manager‚ attended the NAPCP Annual Conference from 19-21 May 2014 at the Tropicana Hotel in Durban

[posted 25 May 2014]
 

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