We are delighted to announce that in November 2021, Proveca Ltd set up a sponsorship agreement with Cerebral Palsy Sport which will start in January 2022.
The sponsorship agreement involves a number of collaborative events, firstly with a webinar in the new year with Tully Kearney, winner of gold in the Women’s S5 100m Freestyle at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Tully will tell her story and provide advice on how others with cerebral palsy can look for opportunities in sport. Date and times will be released in the new year.
Proveca will also be one of the headline sponsors for the CP Sport National Swimming Championships and a new Diversity Event, in 2022.
‘The Proveca team are delighted to be sponsors of such a fantastic charity that can provide people of all ages with cerebral palsy, the opportunity to be physically active and compete in sport. Sport is a tremendous way of boosting self-confidence and wellbeing for all, and we’re honoured to play our part in supporting the wonderful people who make this possible.’ Dr Simon Bryson, CEO, Proveca
“We are excited to announce a new partnership with Proveca who will be sponsoring two of our biggest events in 2022. Proveca will be supporting us to get back in the pool for the National Swimming Championships and to deliver a new Diversity Event in Manchester. Proveca support the cerebral palsy community through their sponsorship such as this and development of medicines specifically for children with CP. We are delighted that Proveca are able to support the development of opportunities for the CP community to get involved and get active. We would like to officially welcome Proveca to the CP Sport Family.” Adi Fawcett, COO CP Sport
About CP Sport
CP Sport is the national disability sport organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy to be able to access and enjoy being physically active throughout their lives. Providing sport and activity opportunities for people with CP, a range of support services and a voice to influence change for the benefit of disabled people.
Approximately 1 in 400 babies are born with cerebral palsy in the UK and despite the benefits of sport and physical activity being well documented there are still barriers for people to access and enjoy being active. CP Sport are striving to break down those barriers with the support of its partners.
Created November 2021