Clothing Pick-Up For Cerebral Palsy (CP4CP)
CP4CP’s mission is to divert textiles from landfills through our Clothing Donation Bins and our Home Pick Up Programs. These programs divert over 12 million pounds annually from landfills.
Clothing Pick-Up for Cerebral Palsy is an organization committed to supporting independence, inclusion, choice and full integration of all persons with cerebral palsy.
To our Employees:
To create an environment that nurtures, recognizes and rewards excellence.
To demonstrate leadership through innovation and initiative.
To our Stakeholders:
To be accountable and responsible as financial stewards, quality service providers and advocates.
About the CP4CP & OFCP
History of the OFCP
We began as a grassroots movement in 1947. We were groups of families across Ontario who formed parent councils, working together to provide education, therapeutic services and social activities for children with CP at a time when schools did not accept children with disabilities. From improvised classrooms in church basements and spare rooms in schools and hospitals this “federation” of parent councils grew. The Federation was helped over the years by volunteers and philanthropic individuals. We expanded services, educated the public and lobbied governments for services from housing options to therapeutic resources.