Around 200 people took part in Saturday’s ‘Big Walk’ all fundraising for Pace, the Aylesbury-based charity that provides education and therapy for children with disabilities like cerebral palsy.
The Pace Big Walk is growing in popularity and supporters have already raised over £10,000 for the charity
We are proud to share our 2017 Strategy and Impact report with you.
See how your support has helped the children, families and staff achieve great things throughout 2016/2017
Strategy and Impact report Final May 30th 2017
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George has PVL four limb cerebral palsy with total body involvement. He was born 13 weeks early. There were complications, and as we had lost twins at 21 weeks our consultant needed to deliver our baby for him to
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
Love cycling? Looking for a challenge? Sign up now to our Prague to Budapest Cycle Challenge 27th September - 2nd October 2017.
Here is a short bio on Richard and Adventure Café (the company helping us with the organisation of the event).
Richard McLaughlin – Proud to be
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