Cerebral Palsy Sport have launched two new membership categories to meet the needs of its widening audience.
The development of opportunities offered by the charity has seen a growth in the contact we have with professionals, practitioners, physios, schools, parents and families, who help support more people with cerebral palsy into sport.
Our services include; the Cerebral Palsy and Sport Awareness course, training camps for coaches, and resources for adapted sports including RaceRunning and Frame Football. Read about our most recent training camp in Nottingham on 8th October 2017 here.
The new membership categories are for Professionals and Organisations and include discount to our services as well as other benefits.
The addition of the new categories follows the launch for the Cerebral Palsy Sport family membership category in June 2017.
For full details and membership forms please click here.
Today, 1st June 2017, Cerebral Palsy Sport have announced changes to membership categories including the launch of a brand new membership package.
In response to requests and interest for a family membership we have developed one package for the whole family.
The Family membership:
Two adults (18 years and over) and two juniors (under 18 years old) in the same family.
All full membership benefits apply which include:
- Regular information on the charity and events
- First opportunity on event tickets and offers that Cerebral Palsy Sport receive from partner organisations
- Reduced costs for Cerebral Palsy Sport events
- Invitation to members meeting and AGM
- Voting rights for adults aged 18 +
The cost of the annual family membership is £50. (For additional juniors a £10 fee, per child is applied)
There will be an increase in individual annual membership fees for those joining or renewing from 1st June 2017. Adult membership (for aged 18 and above) will be increased to £20 and junior membership (for aged under 18) will be increased to £15. The membership continues to offer discount to Cerebral Palsy Sport event entry fees.
Membership categories, benefits and downloadable forms can be found here
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Its International Day of People with Disabilities, tomorrow, Saturday 3rd December. It is estimated that persons with disabilities around the world make up 10% of the population, and 80% live in developing countries.
Since 1992, the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities has been celebrated annually on 3rd December around the world.
This year the theme of the day is “Achieving 17 Goals for the Future We Want”. The day will focus on the 17 sustainable development goals, and how they can help create a world that is more inclusive and equitable for persons with disabilities. Find out more
The Paralympics earlier this year were a great example of how disabled people can show off their talents to the rest of the world, though sport.
Here at Cerebral Palsy Sport we will be showcasing sport at the grassroots level through our social media (Facebook and Twitter), and the impact it can have on a disabled person and their families lives. We’re inviting our participants to share the impact sport can have on their day to day lives on 3rd December using the hashtag #idpwd We’ll be picking one of these out of a hat and sending a special CP Sport goodie bag.
This day also marks the start of a brand new membership category for Cerebral Palsy Sport, Life membership.
CP Sport have long recognised support for the charity through Honorary membership and Awards. The new Life membership will be available to anyone who has had 15 consecutive years of full membership (starting from December 2016) who want to take the opportunity to convert to becoming a Life member.
For further detail about membership please click here
In conjunction with the launch of the Together We Will Campaign, announced by the English Federation of Disability Sport today, we are offering automatic affiliate membership to everyone who signs up to our FREE regular emailed newsletter.
You do need an email address to take up this offer – sign up here.
At Cerebral Palsy Sport we are supporting people with cerebral palsy to reach their sporting potential. We want to get more people active, promote inclusion and support people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities to play, participate and enjoy sport and active recreation. We aim to achieve this through providing innovative and meaningful projects that enable choice, reduce barriers and promote partnership working with local communities.
For exclusive benefits including discount for our events you can become a full member of CP Sport. For details of our membership packages please click here.
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