FUNDRAISING RESOURCES

Social Media Posts to assist with fundraising

20/twenty Challenge Facebook Post

20/twenty Challenge Facebook Post

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20/twenty Challenge Instagram Tile

20/twenty Challenge Instagram Tile

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20/twenty Challenge LinkedIn & other Social Media

20/twenty Challenge LinkedIn & other Social Media

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Add an Email Signature

20/twenty Challenge Email Signature

20/twenty Challenge Email Signature

Download your email signature for the 20/twenty Challenge. I'm Challenging myself to make a difference to kids living with cerebral palsy

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Adding Link to Email Signature Instructions

Instructions to add a link to your email signature (Outlook)

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Fundraising Guide

Fundraising Guide

Fundraising Guide

Here are some ideas to help you with your fundraising efforts to support kids living with cerebral palsy.

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Media Release Information

Each year Cerebral Palsy Alliances holds the 20/twenty challenge event in the picturesque suburbs of Manly Beach, Clontarf Beach and Mosman. Teams compete in a 20km triathalon-like course against each other and the natural landscape.

The event was established 18 years ago by long-time friends James Hodgkinson and Ross Ellice-Flint. James was personally touched by cerebral palsy in a family member and he directly experienced that families don’t always receive all the equipment needed to ensure their children live a full and inclusive life.

Each year the teams come together to raise much needed funds to support children living with cerebral palsy with communication and mobility equipment. This year we are aiming to raise $400,000.

Fast Facts on Cerebral Palsy

  • Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a physical disability that affects movement and posture.  It is a permanent life-long condition, but generally does not worsen over time. It is due to damage to the developing brain either during pregnancy or shortly after birth.
  • Every 15 hours an Australian child is born with cerebral palsy, it is also the most common physical disability in childhood.
  • Cerebral palsy affects body movement, muscle control, muscle tone, reflex, posture and balance.
  • For most people with cerebral palsy, the cause is unknown and there is no single cause. There is no known cure for cerebral palsy.
  • More than 34,000 people live with Cerebral Palsy in Australia – that’s 1 in 700 babies diagnosed with CP.