Disability Cornwall
Become a Friend

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Do you have a little time free to organise an activity or event in aid of our charity?




There are so many great ways to raise funds and help disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly, whatever your interests or fitness levels. Here are just a few ideas to get you started:


  • Hold a coffee morning or street party

  • De-clutter your home and hold a garage sale or a car boot stall

  • Get sponsored - you can get friends and family to sponsor you for nearly everything, try keeping silent for a day or how many books you can read on holiday

  • Hold an event

  • Wear your own clothes for dress down day, there are so many ways to fundraise at work

  • Get baking and run a cake sale at school or work

  • Face your fears by taking part in a skydive or abseiling

  • Challenge yourself by taking part in a fun run, 5k, 10k or even a marathon!


Helping raise funds for us, no matter how small, enables us to continue our vital work providing frontline services for disabled people, their families and carers.


Thank you for your support.



I just want to say a massive thank you for taking me on as a volunteer at disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly. It has been an amazing experience, one that I have enjoyed immensely.

disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly is proudly funded and supported by


Garfield Weston Cornwall Community 2018 100x100_cornwall_council claretr Rank
HenrySmith Skills For Care LLODYS Independent Support


And honours the legacy of the Cornwall Disabled Association


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