Weʼve raised £70 to help fund a two day seminar on Cerebral Palsy awareness in Bohol, Philippines
- Talbot Green, South Wales
- Funded on Monday, 30th September 2019
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How will this help?
CPE (Cerebral Palsy Epilepsy) Family Awareness Support Group are doing a fantastic job encouraging, training and educating parents and carers whose children have Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy. However, they have not run a seminar on the island of Bohol before, so with your help this will be possible. Your giving will ensure a clean, accessible venue. It will enable qualified physiotherapists and speech therapists to travel. Most importantly, it will enable parents, carers and their children with Cerebral Palsy to attend, who otherwise could not afford to do so.
Bohol has a population of over two and a half million ... about the same population as Wales. Statistically, that would mean approximately 30,000 people will be affected in some way by Cerebral Palsy. By 2024 we are hoping to build Shekinah CP Support Centre on Panglao Island, Bohol. So, this is our first attempt at a Partnership event.
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May 17, 2019
Bless you all in this important work. With love from the Butlins
Mar 20, 2019
May the Lord multiply the donations
Mar 10, 2019
Mar 9, 2019
Great cause Neil, praying you reach your target!
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Talbot Green, South Wales
Hi! I'm Neil Wilson - teacher, author & proud dad & husband. After buying some land on the island of Bohol, Philippines, I'm now in the process of setting up a UK based charity. Our aim is to build and sustain a Support Centre for poor families whose children have Cerebral Palsy.