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Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta Donations

For over thirty years, the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) has been supporting and enriching the lives of individuals affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities. This has been made possible through the generosity of Albertans who have supported the organization. Whether you choose to assist us through the donation of a financial gift, event sponsorship, participation in our clothing or bottle recycling programs, or switching your energy provider, your support makes our work possible. Thank you for choosing to support the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta!

CPAA Fundraising Code of Ethics

CPAA is a proud member of Imagine Canada’s Ethical Code Program. The Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code proves CPAA’s commitment to the highest standards of accountability. The code is a set of standards to help with the responsible management and reporting ofcharitable activities. By adhering to these standards, CPAA is complying with generally accepted practices for soliciting and managing donor dollars. CPAA also follows and believes in the Donor Bill of Rights created by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. (AFP).

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Letter from a Member: Living Life Without Limits with the MacMillans

We at the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta love hearing from our members and how they live Life Without Limits. We hope you find this letter to be inspiring and encouraging! 

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To whom it may concern at the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta,

I was told once that only special moms get special babies - Kelty Jane MacMillan was born a special baby. At 6 months of age she was diagnosed with Spastic Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy. Providing the very best support for a child with special needs requires love, dedication, support, time, attention and - all too often - money.  

In September of last year your charity approved a very generous and much appreciated grant for financial assistance in the amount of $750 to put towards Kelty’s Anat Baniel Method therapy. Because of the financial assistance provided by your charity Kelty was able to see Judith Dack (a very experienced ABM practitioner) in Toronto as well as Carla Romaniuk in Sherwood Park. As a result of Kelty’s time with both Carla and Judith she has made TREMENDOUS GAINS. 

Kelty shows marked improvement with every series of ABM lessons that she receives. Kelty now voluntarily uses her right arm more frequently (her right side has pronounced spasticity). Her limited vocabulary has tripled. She now crawls independently and for the first time two weeks ago she took a few independent steps with only the use of her pediatric walker. 

The money your charity has provided for Kelty’s ABM therapy has been absolutely instrumental in her improvement and is sincerely appreciated by Kelty and ALL THE PEOPLE THAT LOVE HER!


Thank you, again, so very much.  


Kathryn MacMillan

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