Published by the Cerebral Palsy Association Of British Columbia, October 12, 2017 Meet Olivia Olivia is our youngest fundraiser this STEPtember campaign. Thanks to her outgoing attitude and inherent drive to help others, she has helped us raise over $1,400. Absolutely huge! At nine-years-old, she’s shown great initiative and fearlessness – ingredients in her recipe
Cerebral Palsy Association of BC
Pacific Medical Law is proud to once again be sponsoring the annual fundraising gala for the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC being held on March 2, 2017. The focus of the gala this year is Play Without Limits. While the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC offers many free opportunities for kids with cerebral palsy and
Cindy Frostad, a passionate advocate for children living with disabilities and recent graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education will be sharing her unique perspective on why education matters. Beautifully said: “How we provide for, how much we support, and how we embrace individual differences in education is integral to the advancement of our society.
We encourage you to attend the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC’s Annual fundraising Gala and celebrate the successes of educational bursary recipients and help raise funds to support future students. The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC is shining a spotlight on Mohini Tahker, an inspirational young woman with a love of film and creative writing.
In anticipation of the upcoming “Learn Without Limits” Gala, which is focused on supporting young people with CP in achieving their goals for post-secondary education, the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC is featuring Nathan Bragg’s Academic Journey. To learn more about Nathan’s successful university experience, and the opportunities his advanced education has created for him,