Get your workplace involved in our Summer of Giving campaign. Whether you work in a small team of people or as part of a big corporate organisation, you can make a big different to the exceptional children at Pace.
In our last workplace blog we
Tea parties are the perfect opportunity to get your friends together, and at the same time you can make brighter futures for children with motor disorders.
If your baking skills need work, why not host a Fake Off? Simply leave it to the experts and
We all go through life without seeing our friends sometimes from one month to the next. Our Summer of Giving campaign gives you the perfect opportunity to call that overdue catch up with your friends.
Host a girls'/lads' night in, with your favourite goodies, and
Is there something on your wish list you have always dreamed of doing but have never had the opportunity to do it? Well here is the perfect change. We can support you in making that dream a reality. It can be as simple as walking
What was your challenge?
My challenge was to trek from the West to the East coast of Scotland in two weeks. On 12 May I set off with my partner for our fourth The Great Outdoors Challenge (TGO). The Great Outdoors Challenge is a unique and
We all have something on our bucket list, whether it is jumping 13,000ft from an aeroplane in a tandem skydive or running your first 5k. Now is the perfect time to make it a reality.
Pace have spaces available for two super heroes to Skydive in aid
Get your workplace involved in our Summer of Giving campaign. Whether you work in a small team of people or as part of a big corporate organisation, you can make a big difference to the exceptional children at Pace. Here are some easy ideas on how to get
We have the fundraising resources to support you and your tea party event, from cake recipes to balloons and bunting. Your tea party could be a gathering of your closest friends at home or in your local park or a big summer garden banquet. Here
Are you hosting a party this summer? Did you know you that could raise vital funds for our exceptional children at the same time? Take part in our Summer of Giving with these easy fundraising ideas:
Why not host a friends' night in and charge your guests a £5
Amanda Richardson, Chief Executive of Pace, Aylesbury and co-founder and Chief Executive of Action Cerebral Palsy, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list 2017, for services to Special Educational Needs.
Commenting on this announcement, Amanda said: “I feel so honoured to have