Tagged with:Updates from CLAPA

  • A white background with a pie chart showing 74% of respondents 'felt like there were part of a supportive community of people affected by cleft'

    Summer Survey 2021: The Results

    30 Oct 2021

  • CLAPA Welcomes New Chair of Trustee Board

    25 Apr 2021

    CLAPA is delighted to welcome Nick Astor as our new Chair of Trustees. Read more about Nick's history with the charity and his vision for CLAPA's future.

  • A Digital Future: CLAPA in 2021 and beyond

    2 Apr 2021

    CLAPA has a new strategy for 2021-22. Read on to find out how we plan to keep you informed, connected, reassured and empowered throughout the next year.

  • CLAPA in Lockdown: 6 Months On

    23 Sep 2020

    6 months on from lockdown, we look back at what we've achieved thanks to the support of our incredible CLAPA Community.

  • Summer Survey 2020: Now Closed

    22 Jul 2020

    Are you personally affected by cleft? Could you take 10 minutes to help us better support the UK cleft community by telling us how the lockdown has affected you?

  • Cash boost for CLAPA

    6 Jul 2020

    Today, we are delighted to announce CLAPA has been awarded £10,000 of emergency funding, which will help us to continue meeting the needs of the cleft community.

  • A Letter from our Chair of Trustees

    21 Apr 2020

    As a result of the pandemic, CLAPA expects to lose half its income over the next six months. The future of the charity is in your hands - can you help us keep going?

  • Government funding for charities falls short

    16 Apr 2020

    CLAPA welcomes the government’s announcement of funding to help charities through the devastating impact of the coronavirus outbreak. But like many organisations who have been under pressure for long before the outbreak hit our shores, we’re concerned this isn’t nearly enough.

  • CLAPA Furloughs Seven Staff

    7 Apr 2020

    In response to the coronavirus lockdown, CLAPA is placing seven of its small staff team on furlough. This temporary measure will help us keep costs down while our in-person work is on pause, and buy us time to keep delivering remote support services and the feeding service.

  • Services Survey

    19 Aug 2019

    We're reaching the end of a big grant-funded project, and with no other funding pools available, it's very likely we'll have to scale back some of our services. This survey is a way for you to tell us what matters to you and help guide the way we design our services to make sure these changes have the least impact on the people who need them the most.