Your gift allows CP to continue to provide individualized and progressive programming to every infant, child and adult – with and without permanent disabilities – that come to CP.
Make a One-Time Gift
Donate online, by mail or via
phone and ensure CP has
the resources to help a child
learn to walk, give a voice to the
voiceless, and inspire a connection
with someone who
may seem impossible to reach.
Become a Monthly Supporter
For as little as $10 a month,
you can join the CP family and
make a long-term impact.
Recurring giving allows you to help
year-round by automatically giving
each month, quarter, or year.
Consider Planned Giving
When you give to CP through
your estate or long-term
financial plans, you leave a legacy
that ensures people of all ages
and abilities will always have the
opportunity to reach their full potential.
Get Your Company Involved
Whether in time, money or services,
maximize your impact through
corporate giving, event sponsorships
or matching gifts. Ask
your company if they are ready
to give back and make a difference.
For additional information, connect with Callie Sherman, Director of Development at (920) 337-1122 x1202 or email@example.com
one hour of music therapy for adults with physical, developmental, sensory and communication conditions. Music is a multi-sensory experience that enhances mood, attention and behavior and helps individuals like Perry develop gross motor skills.
equipment like feeding chairs that provides stability for a child with special needs, allowing them to eat lunch with their peers, while gaining a sense of independence. This means Will can move, stretch and interact with his environment without risking injury.
busing and administration for 30 children or adults to enjoy a community outing. At CP, trips to the zoo, a ball game, or simply out for lunch create a sense of independence and integrate special needs individuals with the greater community.
a person like Mauree an entire year of aquatic exercise twice a week to improve body strength, balance and functional mobility. After a rare neuro-immune disorder paralyzed her from the waist down, Mauree worked with staff at the Aquatic Center and regained her ability to walk.
making a connection with someone who may seem impossible to reach – subsidizing a communication device that enables a non-verbal client, like Vicky, to express herself to loved ones and caregivers.
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