Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation
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‘I believe that significant breakthroughs in the area of cerebral palsy are imminent’
– Professor Nadia Badawi

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Become a Monthly Donor

Regular donations are the most convenient way to help cerebral palsy researchers across the world investigate ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cerebral palsy.

» Donate monthly


Become a Corporate Partner

The Research Foundation offers a range of sponsorship opportunities that can be tailored to suit your business and fund vital cerebral palsy research.

» Become a partner

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How your donation helps

Supporting research can help people with cerebral palsy live more comfortable and inclusive lives thanks to advances in treatments, equipment and technologies.

» See how your donation helps

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Leave a Gift in Your Will

A gift in your will can ensure that we continue funding the best and brightest minds, to prevent, find a cure and improve lives today and in the years to come.

» Leave a gift in your will


Fund a Research Project

If you represent a Trust or Foundation please contact our team who can meet with you to discuss and/or select a research project that you would like to invest in.

» Fund a research project


Workplace Giving

Making regular donations from your pre-tax income allows us to plan ahead for the future and continue supporting the work of cerebral palsy researchers.

» Join workplace giving

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Join the CP Register

Help us find the answers to cerebral palsy by joining the Australian CP Register (ACPR) – a confidential research database of clinical information about people with cerebral palsy.

» Join the CP Register


Take Part in a Study

Help us find the answers to cerebral palsy by taking part in one of a range of research studies throughout Australia.

» Register to participate in a Study

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Attend Grace Gala Ball

‘Glam up’ for a cause! Don’t miss the annual Grace Gala Ball – an event that raises vital funds for the Research Foundation and the Westmead Children’s Hospital.

» More about Grace Gala