Keith’s story

A connection for life
Keith Miller, like many of our members of the Circle of Hands, has a very personal connection to families living with cerebral palsy. His cousin Jeff lives with this condition, and from Keith’s earliest memories, his mother encouraged Keith to donate through the then Spastic Centre money box.

His generosity didn’t stop there, not only is he a regular volunteer at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, but he has continued to donate to Cerebral Palsy Alliance, culminating in a gift in his Will to help build futures for people living with cerebral palsy.

Keith believes that there is no greater goal in life than to strive to improve the lives of people who, through no fault of their own, face challenges most of us can’t imagine. “Cerebral Palsy Alliance has been doing that for 77 years and by leaving a bequest I feel honoured that I am able to help guarantee that this wonderful organisation continues to change lives for many years to come”.

Charlie Hutchens
Keith was thrilled to receive an original artwork by Charlie Hutchens who participates in our Arts Workshop. This gift was given to Keith to acknowledge his bequest and serve as a beautiful reminder of a cause that has meant so much to his family.
If you are considering leaving a gift that can help transform the lives of generations to come, please contact our Fundraising Relationship Manager, Carol O’Carroll on 02 9975 8955 or email