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Charity for kids with cerebral palsy thanks The Solar for £10,000 money enhance from our £1m 50th birthday fund

Charity for children with cerebral palsy thanks The Sun for £10,000 cash boost from our £1m 50th birthday fund



STICK n Step, a charity for kids and younger those who undergo with cerebral palsy, has mentioned thanks one million to Solar readers for his or her grant from our particular 50th birthday fund.

The charity obtained a money enhance of £10,000 from our £1million giveaway final 12 months.

The Wallasey and Runcorn-based Stick ’n’ Step helps youngsters and younger folks recognized with cerebral palsy

Purposes are judged by our panel together with Solar Agony Aunt Deidre Sanders.

One in 400 youngsters within the UK has cerebral palsy.

The Wallasey and Runcorn-based Stick ’n’ Step helps youngsters and younger folks with the situation from Merseyside, Cheshire, Manchester and North Wales in an effort to enhance their mobility and confidence by offering conductive training (CE), which has been discovered to be extremely efficient.

Greater than 100 youngsters are supplied with a specialised programme of activity-based duties designed to assist them be taught key expertise.


Fundraiser Janet Ratcliffe mentioned: “It’s a very particular place to work.

“We thank The Solar for serving to us to proceed inspiring and enabling youngsters with cerebral palsy to steer a extra unbiased life.”

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