Jessica Hughes – was inspired by CPM
“I first connected with Cerebral Palsy Midlands in 2013 when I was in my final year at University. I volunteered to take part in devising a piece of theatre which would be performed in the community - CPM was one of the organisations in which we performed.
The friendly atmosphere at CPM and the warmth and joy among the service users was tangible and unforgettable. A few years later, I came to the CPM Summer Sizzler and garden opening and felt the same joy I had previously. What CPM do is fabulous and it would be a great detriment to the community if they were unable to continue their amazing work. I understand how vital and necessary services like CPM are from my previous work with people with additional needs and I hope that the small amount I have raised will help in some way.“
There are many ways you can get involved
Cake bake, Dress down days, Waxing or wax offs so to speak! Car wash, Coffee or breakfast mornings, Walk to work days, Staff room swear box, Colouring kids competition or poetry? Quiz or challenges, Sponsored swim/run/obstacle course – team effort, Ironing service, Zumbathon, Auction. If you think you can get involved why not fill in the below survey.
Here are some of the things our wonderful supporters have done to raise funds for Cerebral Palsy Midlands:
Jessica Hughes took part in our Great Big Push sponsored walk in Cannon Hill Park 7th May and raised a fabulous £140!
Newman University work experience student Kelly Rose took part in a Wheelchair Basketball Fundraiser between CPM and Warwickshire Bears and helped us raise £565 from her supporting friends and family.
A group of young people from The Challenge Network in Birmingham City Centre set up games and activities to help raise awareness and raised a grand total of £1115.79!
Stephanie Marks ran Hampton Court Half Marathon in 2013 raising £1043.75 towards our community centre.
Paul Watson ran Shakespeare Marathon for CPM and helped raise £130.
Lloyds TSB in Bearwood held a Valentines raffle in their branch and raised a fantastic £83.78.
If you have an idea or plan, let us know and we can help support you. Are you feeling inspired? There is a form below you can complete so that we can get behind you and support your efforts.
Mondelez Challenges September 2017 Riding across Britain in 9 days!
Community Champion Michael Huggins and Steve Davies from Mondelez International based in Bournville, Birmingham have organised a series of charitable and sporting challenges this year to help support small registered charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands.
Michael Huggins organised a charity Basketball fundraiser between Cerebral Palsy Midlands and the Birmingham Bears which so far has raised £1,808.00!
The pair were also spotted over Easter weekend at Cadbury World cycling on stationary bikes and hula-hooping for donations!
Their next incredible challenge will see the team riding across Britain in 9 days with CPM as one of their nominated charities!