Bobath Scotland Children's Therapy Centre is based just outside of Glasgow city centre but is dedicated to helping children with cerebral palsy from across the whole of Scotland. To succeed in our ambition of helping as many children as possible, it's vital for us to form close links with the Scottish community - including schools, community groups and individuals. We are always grateful when a community organisation chooses to support our work.
Belong to any kind of group – for example, a church, sports club or a local woman’s group? Your group can choose Bobath Scotland as a charity to support regularly. Raising funds for a local charity is a fantastic way to bring your group closer together, while knowing that you are supporting a great cause.
Our Fundraising Team is on hand to support you as you raise funds and we can send out a fundraising pack at your request, containing posters, flyers and fundraising ideas. Members of staff are always happy to come and speak with your group, or we can even arrange a tour of our therapy centre so that group members can see just what a difference their support makes!
Why should your school or college support Bobath Scotland's work? We believe it's important to teach children about social responsibility at a young age, and encouraging children to volunteer or raise money is a great way to do this. A classic is to hold a charity dress-down day, or you can organise a charity disco or sponsored walk. Older teenagers at high school or college might be able to help out a bag-packing in a local supermarket, helping to raise both funds and awareness.