The Vanguard: Pike Raises Money for Cerebral PalsyTHE VANGUARD MARCH 19, 2018
PIKE RAISES MONEY FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
Last week, Pi Kappa Alpha held its annual week-long philanthropy event known as Pikefest, raising $6,000 for United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile.
For the full article written by Rachel Sullivan, click HERE.
Breakfast with santa: Cottage hill christian Academy SGA
Thank you Cottage Hill Christian Academy SGA for sponsoring this fun morning and working hard in Santa’s Workshop!
$50,000 Preschool Playground Match
United Cerebral Palsy’s Preschool Playground Project is well underway.
#GivingTuesday2017 was a huge success – generating nearly $13,000 towards a fully accessible playground for the children in UCP Preschool. The playground is a vital part of our children’s education – giving them a place to learn, grow and socialize with one another.
The efforts from Giving Tuesday captured the attention of an anonymous donor who wants to see these efforts go even further during this season of giving. Every dollar given to the preschool playground project from now until December 31st will be matched dollar for dollar up to $50,000!
This means that every gift you give leaves double the impact!
Your gift of $50 now has a value of $100.
Your gift of $500 has a value of $1000!
We have the opportunity to move the ball forward in a big way on this project and we are asking for your help! All you need to do is click the image above or visit our Preschool Playground Page. Thank you for your consideration. We hope to invest in the future of the next generation of United Cerebral Palsy Preschool graduates with you by our side!
Christmas Nights of lights with gulf coast today
Early intervention christmas
In order to prepare for Christmas throughout the year, Early Intervention will be collecting specific donations each month. No donation is too big or too small! EI serves children from birth to three years of age. Toys should be unwrapped and age appropriate. We are so thankful for each and every donation and the generosity of our community.
April: baby toys and baby blankets (ages newborn to 12 months)
May: balls and dolls
June: coloring books, stickers, and crayons
July: lunch boxes and Barbie’s
August: toys that make noise
September: blocks and shape sorters
October: backpacks and games
November: large gift bags
If you are interested in sponsoring EI Christmas please contact Theresa Webb or by calling (251)479-4900.
cerebral palsy awareness month 2017