Tagged with:Fundraising Stories

  • Coen’s Art Exhibition

    14 Aug 2023

    Marissa and Michael’s son Cormac was born with a unilateral cleft and palate in November 2022. Their 7-year-old son Coen decided to fundraise for CLAPA by hosting an art exhibition and silent auction.

  • John’s Fundraising Story

    9 Aug 2023

    John took part in the Lakeland 50-mile run, raising a fabulous £1,110 so far for CLAPA. We caught up with John about his fundraising journey.

  • Help CLAPA Raise £5,500 for Residential Weekends

    8 Aug 2023

    CLAPA’s free-of-charge Residential Weekends are a unique chance for young people born with a cleft to meet others like them, make friends, build confidence, and learn new skills.

  • Julia with the Cleft Team Dentists

    Julia’s Story

    31 Jul 2023


  • Chelmsford Golf Club selects CLAPA as charity of the year

    22 Jun 2023

    Judith Wybrow and Phil Hulse (captains) from Chelmsford Golf Club have kindly accepted CLAPA as the club's charity of the year.

  • Susan’s Fundraising Story

    20 Apr 2023

    Susan Casey and her family raised an amazing £4085.03 for CLAPA with a series of fundraising initiatives.

  • The Qurve Ball 2nd raised a fabulous £1105.95 for CLAPA

    20 Apr 2023

    We caught up with Laura, who produced ''The Qurve Ball 2nd in aid of CLAPA' raising a fabulous £1105.95. She explains her story and inspiration for fundraising.

  • Claire’s Fundraising Story

    17 Feb 2023

    Claire O'Donovan's son was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. She wanted to fundraise for CLAPA and held a charity race night, raising a fabulous £3,149!

  • Kate and Sam’s Story

    30 Nov 2022

    Kate and Matt's son Max was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. She explained the support she received from CLAPA and our community and how it inspired her to fundraise.

  • Jamie’s Story

    26 Sep 2022

    The news that our unborn child had a cleft lip and possibly a cleft palate was the scariest day of our pregnancy. We had no idea what it would mean for Charlie once he arrived in the world and the huge hurdles that might lie ahead.