Solicitors at Linder Myers’ Lancashire office have launched a round of grants to help support families with children living with cerebral palsy.
The Beautiful Minds charity was founded in 2011 to raise funds to help with costs such as outdoor play equipment and hydrotherapy to touch screen computers and power wheelchairs.
The physical disability is caused by damage to the motor control centres of the brain.
Sian Morris, Beautiful Minds trustee and medical negligence solicitor at Linder Myers in Lytham, said: “We are very pleased to be able to offer grants to help local families living with this condition.
“We understand the difficulties they face on a daily basis and Beautiful Minds sets out to help towards some of the practical things such as paying for quadricycles or sensory equipment to make life a little easier.
“Applicants need to be resident in the region and will have to provide details of a professional sponsor in order to qualify for a grant.
“We look forward to receiving applications and will inform every family of the result of their application within eight weeks of the closing date.”
To apply for a grant between April 2 and noon on April 30 visit www.lindermyers.co.uk/beautiful-minds, email email@example.com or write to Emma Burgess, Linder Myers, 21–23 Park Street, Lytham, Lancashire, FY8 5LU.