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We’re moving CP research forward.
We’re taking part in the STEPtember challenge to raise funds and awareness for cerebral palsy research, taking the equivalent of 10,000 steps a day for 28 days from September 1 – 28.
Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common childhood-onset physical disability in the world. It’s a lifelong condition, and one in 323 babies is diagnosed with CP each year. Estimated related lifetime costs exceed $1.2 million per person.
Your generosity will accelerate groundbreaking research to treat, prevent, and ultimately cure this underfunded condition. Some of these vital research projects include:
- Training medical teams to detect cerebral palsy in babies as young as three months old, so they can get timely physical therapy.
- Uncovering new chronic pain treatments and solutions for millions of people with CP.
- Developing technology that will revolutionize communication for the millions of people with CP who can’t speak.
Please help us support this great cause by making a donation. We’ll know you’ve got our back. And that will mean so much to us — and to everyone with CP.
Thank you to our Sponsors.
Jean-louis Lelogeais Donated $5,015.00
Randolph Cohen Donated $5,000.00
Cparf & Goodman Match Donated $5,000.00
Timothy Khoury Donated $258.75
Thomas Mcnicholas Donated $258.75
Sandra Lubicz Donated $103.50
Anonymous Donated $100.00
Francesca Fox Donated $51.75
48-in-48 Match Donated $48.00
Our Organization Staff
Alexander Ogg Jr
Leah Van Deloo
Bouk van Geloven
Julian von Martius
Jennifer Latasa Yarnold
William de Wulf
Juan Benegas Lynch
Luis Gaig Claret
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit a registered 501(c)(3) organization. We are exempt from federal income tax and all contributions made to our organization are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. A copy of the IRS letter of determination declaring our tax-exempt status is available upon request. EIN:47-4851754