Support the Dyspraxia Foundation’s 30th Anniversary Appeal this Christmas!
More and more people are moving away from sending Christmas cards and are donating the money they would have spent on the cards and the postage.
The Dyspraxia Foundation would be delighted if you chose us to donate to this year.
Last night, thanks to our long term supporters Norton Rose Fulbright, we hosted an event to close Dyspraxia Awareness Week 2018, we also introduced our new ‘Youth Champions’ and released an eBook written by members of our Youth Group.
As initially reported by entertainment website DigitalSpy the new season of Doctor Who has a character with Dyspraxia.The first episode of the new series, ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth‘, which premieres on Sunday 7th October (during Dyspraxia Awareness Week) reveals that Ryan (played by Tosin Cole) has dyspraxia.
Speaking at the launch of Doctor Who‘s new series in Sheffield, Chris Chibnall (Lead writer and series producer) said: “We did a lot of research into that, we worked with the Dyspraxia Foundation… it was important, because people live with these things.
Jamie Lambert, member of music-theatre and Britain’s Got Talent winners group Collabro and Dyspraxia Foundation Patron, discusses dyspraxia and why you should get involved in the Dyspraxia Foundation’s 30th Anniversary Appeal.
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Join us for a very special Dyspraxia Foundation fundraiser to celebrate 30 years as a charity in our home town of Hitchin, Hertfordshire.
Swinging with the Rat Pack
Features The Definitive Rat Pack with Stephen Triffitt as Frank Sinatra, Mark Adams as Dean Martin and George Daniel Long as Sammy Davis Jr – the original cast from the West End Show ‘The Rat Pack – Live from Las Vegas’
Our 30th Anniversary Appeal got off to a great start on 2 May with a celebration and networking hosted by one of our major supporters, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP at their offices by Tower Bridge in Central London.
Friends, old and new, were treated to delicious canapes and a wonderful anniversary cake!
2018 marks the 30th anniversary since we started raising awareness of dyspraxia. We’re proud of our achievements but as a forward-thinking charity, we’re already focusing on the next 30 years.
To make a great start, over the next 12 months we are aiming to raise £30,000, broken down, that’s £1,000 for every year of our existence.