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Cerebral Palsy League, supporting CPL – Choice Passion Life

Contact

Name: Jaimi-Lee Tobin

Position: Community Fundraising and Events Manager

Email: fundraising@cpl.org.au

Website: www.cpl.org.au

Address

PO Box 386

Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

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Our Mission / Objective

Our vision is an inclusive society for all people./Our purpose is to provide services for people with disabilities so they can lead the life they choose.


Projects in Progress

Equipment Purchase



Building Upgrades



Modifications Research



Communication equipment for children



Walkers for children



Therapy for adults and children


Our People

CEO

Angela Tillmanns, CEO

Names of Board Members

Chairperson


Helen Darch B.A., Grad Dip. Info Service, M.Ed. (Training and Development)


 


Deputy Chairperson


Bruce Cowley BCOM, LLB (HONS)


 


Treasurer


Susan Rix B.Fin.Admin, FCA, GAICD, JP (Qualified)


 


Directors


Stephen Brady MBA, B.Ed.St, M.Ed.St


Yvonne Burns AO


Graham Davies


Desmond Orr


Michael Pini B.Bus (Accountancy), Grad Dip Taxation, CPA


Ron Porter Dip. Mech. Engineering

Registration Information

ABN

27 009 942 269

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

If you had the chance to influence the way people would remember you, what better way than knowing you had made a difference to the life of a child? For most of us, an important part of our values is to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Through a gift in your will, you can make a significant contribution in the lives of Queenslanders with disability.


 


Gifts in wills are vital in helping us provide much needed equipment, therapy and support services to children and adults with disabilities. For a confidential discussion regarding your will or how to make a bequest, please contact the Donor Relations Manager.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Any not-for-profit organisation depends heavily on public generosity and volunteer participation for its success. We have a long association with volunteers who provide valuable community support in terms of time, money, resources, expertise, contacts and connections, for both the organisation and individual people with disabilities.


 


Our volunteers extend and enhance the services provided by paid staff.

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

Our vision is an inclusive society for all people./Our purpose is to provide services for people with disabilities so they can lead the life they choose.


Projects in Progress

Equipment Purchase



Building Upgrades



Modifications Research



Communication equipment for children



Walkers for children



Therapy for adults and children


Our People

CEO

Angela Tillmanns, CEO

Names of Board Members

Chairperson


Helen Darch B.A., Grad Dip. Info Service, M.Ed. (Training and Development)


 


Deputy Chairperson


Bruce Cowley BCOM, LLB (HONS)


 


Treasurer


Susan Rix B.Fin.Admin, FCA, GAICD, JP (Qualified)


 


Directors


Stephen Brady MBA, B.Ed.St, M.Ed.St


Yvonne Burns AO


Graham Davies


Desmond Orr


Michael Pini B.Bus (Accountancy), Grad Dip Taxation, CPA


Ron Porter Dip. Mech. Engineering

Registration Information

ABN

27 009 942 269

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

If you had the chance to influence the way people would remember you, what better way than knowing you had made a difference to the life of a child? For most of us, an important part of our values is to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Through a gift in your will, you can make a significant contribution in the lives of Queenslanders with disability.


 


Gifts in wills are vital in helping us provide much needed equipment, therapy and support services to children and adults with disabilities. For a confidential discussion regarding your will or how to make a bequest, please contact the Donor Relations Manager.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Any not-for-profit organisation depends heavily on public generosity and volunteer participation for its success. We have a long association with volunteers who provide valuable community support in terms of time, money, resources, expertise, contacts and connections, for both the organisation and individual people with disabilities.


 


Our volunteers extend and enhance the services provided by paid staff.

Our Annual Reports

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