CLAPA Awareness Week 5-13 May 2018

CLAPA believes that every smile tells a story.

Cleft Lip and Palate Awareness Week is a chance to share and spread real-life stories of the way cleft affects people and families in the UK with friends, family, and within the wider community.

With around 100 babies each month born with a cleft, CLAPA wants to help everyone affected to make their voices heard. This year, Awareness Week runs from 5th to 13th May 2018, and we want everyone in the CLAPA Community to have a chance to get involved. We’ve even put together a brand new Awareness Week information pack to help you plan and make the most of the week.

With your help, we can re-write the story about cleft in the UK, and show the public it’s much closer to home than they might think. We want to raise the profile of a condition affecting 1,200 new families each year in the UK alone. We want everyone to understand the impact a cleft can have – and the difference the right support can make.

Visit the Awareness Week Hub

Get your FREE Awareness Week Pack

CLAPA’s Awareness Week pack is here to help you make the most of Awareness Week 2018.

This colourful pack is full of ideas, events, and even a simple breakdown of all the important legal information you’ll need when you’re fundraising for CLAPA.

So, whether you’ve already got an idea of what you’d like to do, or you’re starting completely from scratch, this pack has got everything you need.

Order Your Pack


London Sponsored Walk 2018

Looking for an exciting way to finish Awareness Week 2018?

You can join the CLAPA staff for the CLAPA London Sponsored Walk, where we’re celebrating Awareness Week in the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

As well as the Sponsored Walk, there’ll be time for a picnic too, and the whole family can join in with a range of activities and games in the CLAPA Sports Day

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