How Your Donation Makes a Difference
$20 will help purchase a Bear Bottle Kit with unique valve for children who tend to aspirate or have oral motor difficulties to generate suction.
$50 will help purchase a customised hand splint to improve client's hand posture for better function.
$100 will help purchase one month's supply of diapers for students and clients.
$200 will help purchase a basic Assistive Communication Device for a non-verbal child.
Our Campaign Storyends 20 Jan 2019, 11:59 PM
NUS Bizad Charity Run is a fundraising event in its 9th year of running. It aims to rally the community together to raise funds and support financially challenged NUS Business School undergraduates, as well as caring for the larger community by helping external beneficiaries too.
For BCR 2019, we are collaborating with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) with the intent of raising funds to further support the individuals and their families, especially those who require home care.
While the funds raised from our run will be channeled towards CPAS, we hope to take advantage of this platform to gain addition support and awareness for our beneficiary. Every donation will count towards a better future for the clients who benefit from CPAS. We hope you will join us on this fulfilling mission. Thank you!
About The Charity
Established in 1957, Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) was first known as The Spastic Children's Association of Singapore.
Currently, CPAS serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities. Our fully-integrated programmes and services cater to the developmental needs of persons with the condition and maximise their functional independence at every stage of life.
Empowering persons with cerebral palsy or multiple disabilities to realise their full potential and lead fulfilled, dignified lives.
Delivering fully integrated programmes and services at the highest standards with passion, integrity, care, and excellence
Creating awareness of Cerebral Palsy and multiple disabilities, and advocating equal opportunities for all persons with the condition.