Fundraising – good for your heart in so many ways!

Fundraising – good for your heart in so many ways!

Raising funds for Cerebral Palsy Alliance is a fun and empowering way for you to get active and make a real difference in the lives of children, adults and families living with cerebral palsy.

Whether you’d like to take part in one of our events, enter a marathon or fun run, or maybe you have your own idea, it’s easy to get started. Our fundraising team can help you every step of the way.

Here are some of the ways you can get involved:


Krazy Kosci Klimb

Held in Kosciuszko National Park, the Krazy Kosci Klimb is an empowering challenge for young people and adults living with disability. Assisted by their families and corporate support teams they challenge themselves to go beyond their best and reach Australia’s highest point!


The Escape!

Centred on a relaxing and fun filled weekend in the NSW Hunter Valley, The Escape! is a corporate event that spans an entire weekend and includes numerous and varied activities to cater to the whole family.


Grace Gala

Held in June, this black tie event raises funds for the Research Foundation of Cerebral Palsy Alliance, and the Grace Centre for newborn care at The Children’s Hospital, Westmead. The Gala funds new projects at the cutting edge of disability prevention and the purchase of vital neonatal intensive care equipment.



STEPtember is a fun virtual fundraising event that challenges you to walk, swim, ride, wheel or spin your way to 10,000 steps per day! Step every day during September and you can improve your health and wellbeing all while helping to improve the lives of children and adults who live with cerebral palsy.


Might & Power Race Day

Experience the excitement and thrills of first class racing. Join us  at Royal Randwick for this fun filled event open to individuals, families and companies, and make a real difference to the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy.


20/Twenty Challenge

The 20/twenty Challenge takes place on a breathtakingly beautiful coastal course that stretches from iconic Manly on Sydney’s Northern Beaches to Clontarf reserve. Challenge yourself and your teammates to change the lives of children with cerebral palsy by completing a 2km swim off Shelly Beach, a 15km foreshore walk or run, and a 3km kayak.

The Extra Mile

Challenge yourself to ride 100, 200, or 500km this May to support people living with cerebral palsy! You can ride around your neighbourhood, at your home or in the gym, and log your kms as you go.