What is 3forCP
3forCP is inclusive, fun, and community driven. Everyone can support in their own way. Whether that's through hosting an event, donating a birthday, running a race, or participating in STEPtember.
We all have ways we can Give, Act, and Connect for cerebral palsy.
When does 3forCP start and finish?
3forCP is a year-round program. Certain events have start and finish dates, but you can create a fundraiser at any time to support 3forCP.
How much does it cost to take part in 3foCP?
3forCP is free to register. All we ask is for your support – by connecting with friends, family and coworkers to raise awareness and funds for cerebral palsy research.
What is STEPtember?
STEPtember is a fundraising event that challenges people and teams to take the equivalent of 10,000 steps a day for the month of September, while fundraising for CP research and innovation.
STEPtember will run from September 1-30. Registration will open in July.
For more information and to register your interest visit our STEPtember site.
Can I register my organization?
If you would like to create a fundraiser to engage your workplace or community group, you can do so throught the 3forCP platform. Simply create a fundraiser and customize the page.
Who is CPARF?
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation (CPARF) is a nonprofit and a registered 501(c)(3) organization. We are the organization behind the 3forCP and STEPtember initiatives.
CPARF funds US-based research to change what’s possible for people with cerebral palsy, implements proven science, and advances innovation to benefit all people with disabilities around the world.
The funds you raise during 3forCP and STEPtember will help us fund cutting-edge CP research and assistive technology to make everyday life easier for people with CP and other disabilities.
For more information on CP and the research and innovation we’re funding today, visit cparf.org.
What will my donations support?
All funds raised by participants are directed towards life-changing scientific advances for people with cerebral palsy and technology to make everyday life easier for people with CP and co-occurring disabilities. Some examples include chronic pain research, technology that unlocks movement for CP, and a device to make grasping and holding things – from a toothbrush to a pen to a smartphone – easier for people with CP and other disabilities.