Awareness, Challenge, CPAA, Fundraiser, YEG, YYC

Life Without Limits Challenge 2018 – Register Now!

The Life Without Limits Challenge website is now open and accepting registrations.  The event will take place in Calgary on September 15th at the Rotary Challenger Park and in Edmonton on September 16th at Rundle Family Centre – so mark your calendars!

Challenge is a fun family friendly event for people of all ages and abilities to come together and raise funds while creating awareness for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Participants can run, walk or wheel a 5km route in Calgary & Edmonton or take a more challenging 20km wheel route in Calgary. It’s a great event for a great cause!

New in 2018…Wheelchair Challenge!

Register your team of 5 to compete in the Wheelchair Challenge!  Designed for able-bodied individuals to see first hand the daily challenges people with disabilities face.  This timed Relay Race requires each member of the team to complete one lap of the track & 3 obstacles before crossing the finish line!  It’s only $125 per team with a commitment to fundraise $500.

Enjoy a BBQ lunch, entertainment and local vendors at this great family friendly event. Prizes will be awarded for fundraising, most enthusiastic, best costume, most bags of clothing or beverage containers donated & more!

The Early Bird registration fee is $40 for adults and $25 for children, clients & seniors until .Get your team name printed on your event day t-shirt if you register prior to August 1st.  Click here to register today! 

For further event details or sponsorship inquiries, please email Kari Furnell at


CPAA, Donate, Fundraiser

Kyle Miller: Golfer, Coach, Inspiration & The New CPAA Spokesman!

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta is pleased to announce that Kyle Miller will be our new Spokesman. Kyle is a passionate advocate for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities and he demonstrates a deep commitment to the CPAA’s mission’s to make a difference by enriching and supporting the lives of these individuals.

“As far as I can remember it’s been my goal to become a professional golfer and coach elite players and an even bigger desire to help those with “disabilities”. The main reason I have chased my goals and aspirations is to make history in the sport of golf so that more people could follow in my footsteps…not necessarily as a golfer but because too many people are told only what they can’t do and this is where I come into play!  I’ve chosen to partner with the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta because this organization exemplifies all the same values and goals that I have.  The incredible support they provide for individuals with disabilities is incredible, and I’m proud to be a part of it.” 

You can learn more about Kyle and donate to the CPAA on his behalf by visiting