Your gift isn’t just for Christmas…
…it’s for a disabled child’s learning.
- Learning to move
- Learning to walk
- Learning to communicate
- Learning to make friends
- Learning to do things for themselves
Your gift is for a child’s Learning for Living. It’s a gift that lasts a lifetime.
More and more parents are asking us to help their disabled children. Giving the right support, as soon as possible, means better outcomes for the child. For the parents, it may be the first time someone has believed that their child has the potential to learn and achieve. We call our approach Learning for Living.
But we often have to ask parents to join a long waiting list for a place in a group. In order to ensure we can help more children as early as possible we need your support now.
So, this Christmas, we’re asking you to add an extra gift to your Christmas list and donate to our Learning for Living programme.
Could you make a gift of £10, £50, £100 or whatever you can to help more disabled children achieve their potential?
Thank you from all the children who come – or could come – to CPotential.
Did you know? We run sessions for children with their parents six days a week, with free sessions for the under-3s. We are getting requests from parents for places every week. We currently support up to 60 children a year with nearly 50 waiting to join one of our groups.
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