Wheelie Big Challenge – only a few weeks left!!


Cayla, with the help of her family, is taking part in her first Wheelie Big Challenge to raise important funds for the Early Intervention Program at
The Centre for Cerebral Palsy.

With only a few weeks left until the 18th March we need your support more than ever so that little Cayla can reach her target of $3000 (or more)! Please check out her Hero Homepage to see how her fundraising is going and make a fast secure online donation. Don’t forget that all donations over $2 is tax deductible!

Please also spread the word and help Cayla reach her target in the Wheelie Big Challenge! Share this link on your FB page or pass it on elsewhere, even if you are not able to make a donation someone you know just might! :)
All contributions are much appreciated, large or small. I know how important this program is for Cayla and other kids with cerebral palsy and can ensure you that your support will certainly help them reach their potential in life!

Many thanks! ♥

The Early Intervention Program (EIP) provides support and services for infants and children with cerebral palsy aged 0-6 years and their families. The EIP team includes occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, training assistants and social workers. All there to provide effective intervention for children from the earliest possible time; and ensure children develop, enhance and maintain skills in their home, school and community settings. The EIP has been crucial for Cayla and us as a family, in particular during the months after we received the heartbreaking diagnose and the future was looking very uncertain and frightening.
Make your very important donation here: http://www.everydayhero.com.au/cayla_beach

♥ Many thanks for your support! ♥


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