Cerebral Palsy League
The Cerebral Palsy League provides quality service and support for people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities to lead an active, independent and fulfilling life. The Cerebral Palsy League was formed in 1945 by a group of parents who sought services that were not available in the community. Today, it assists over 3000 people with cerebral palsy and other difficulties in Queensland.
It aims to maximise the opportunities for people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. This includes education, independent living, gaining meaningful employment and participating in the wider community. Other activities include the provision of technology and equipment services, therapy, career services and in-home support.
It also endeavours to increase the community’s awareness and ensure that people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities are treated as equal members within their family and community. The Cerebral Palsy League spends millions of dollars a year to provide services to thousands of people. It is funded by fundraising activities, community support, and corporate donations and by State and Federal Governments. By ordering charity flowers through Petals Network the Cerebral Palsy League will receive a 25% commission for each order. This is vital to raise funds and awareness for the Cerebral Palsy League.