Our Vision

To make a colossal difference in the lives of those who are affected by Cerebral Palsy, by minimising the difficulties these individuals and those who care for them face on a daily basis.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a self-sustaining environment where those suffering from Cerebral Palsy will be able to live a more comfortable and happy life, as well as to increase awareness about Cerebral Palsy on a national and international scale.

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A challenge, our days are overcome with them. Our conversations are riddled with the complaints of everyday challenges, but do we really understand what a daily challenge is?

We take for granted what others see as a blessing.

Cerebral Palsy affects thousands – not just the individuals, but the families too. We imagine a world with less work and more pleasure, when admittedly there are those who imagine a better world for others instead of themselves.

Imagine Charity is one of them. We don’t see the disability as being different, but rather the ability within it. We imagine a pathway without any obstacles; a pathway frequently travelled leading them onto a journey for a blissful tomorrow. Imagine what you can accomplish by making a difference; now imagine the difference we can accomplish…together.

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How We Want to Help

The ultimate goal and ambition of the foundation is to build and develop a school and respite care facility where adults and children suffering from cerebral Palsy will be:

  • Provided with the proper education, therapy and daily stimulation they need, tailored to their specific requirements.
  • Taken care of in a safe and familiar environment when their families require a reprieve from the day to day activities involved in taking care of someone with this disability.
    • Education and Development

      Following on from the school and respite care facility, the foundation would also like to facilitate the education and development of professional care-givers, through the creation of a training college for people wanting to be skilled and qualified in special care for adults and children suffering with Cerebral Palsy.

    • Portacare Service

      Much like a nanny or child minding service, the Portacare Programme is a service offered to families whereby a qualified care-giver is available to provide relief and special care needs on a part time basis, either in home, while on vacation etc.

    • Fund Raising

      Through fund raising events and sponsorship solicitation we aim to raise funds to facilitate the development of the above mentioned school and programmes.

    • Sponsorships

      Additionally we would like to contribute both financially and otherwise to existing homes, schools and individuals in need, contributing towards:
      – School fees
      – Therapy
      – Accommodation
      – Equipment
      – Non-perishable food items
      – Administrative costs
      – Etc.

    • Raise Awareness

      Raise awareness in order to respond to the essential needs of adults and children suffering from Cerebral Palsy in order to improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.

    • Beneficiaries

      Imagine Charity prides itself in supporting the United Cerebral Palsy Association of South Africa (UCPA). We believe that a charity is more than just a Non-Profit Organisation, it is a way of helping out others.

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    • Physical Address:

      SIS House, Eton Office Park West, cnr Sloane & Harrison Streets, Bryanston, 2196

      Postal Address:
      P.O. Box 1704, Cramerview, 2060

      + 27 11 367 8200
      + 27 11 463 9141