VALERIE TAYLOR TRUST
• Become a Member Please consider helping the very poor disabled patients and their families by joining the Valerie Taylor Trust. Membership is £2 per month (minimum). If paid by standing order VTT receives a guaranteed income. However you don’t need to be a member to donate. The Trust is run entirely by volunteers so the charity running costs are extremely low. Funds are raised by a network of volunteers throughout the country. We aim to send £100,000 per year to CRP.
• Fundraising Could you hold an event? VTT has DVDs to loan, a large laminated photo display, leaflets and newsletters to give out, but most interesting of all for an audience are your own recollections of CRP and Bangladesh. Please help in whatever way you can.
• VTT Newsletter and Website Articles for our Newsletters and web site are always welcome.
Valerie Taylor Trust - http://www.valerietaylortrust.org
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B) - http://www.icddrb.org
John Grooms Organisation for the Disabled - http://www.johngrooms.org.uk
The Swinfen Charitable Trust - http://www.uq.edu.au/swinfen
Water Engineering and Development Centre - http://www.lboro.ac.uk/wedc/projects/auwsfpdp/index.htm
Loughborough University, UKWater Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University, UK
Cerebral Palsy Directory - http://www.allaboutcerebralpalsy.com
Your one-stop destination for anything you can think about cerebral palsy. This Cerebral Palsy Directory is designed to help its users find the cerebral palsy information, articles, source, companies, products and services.
Motivation - http://www.motivation.org.uk
Disabled People's International - http://www.dpi.org
Spinal Injuries Rehabilitation Centre, Kathmandu, Nepal - http://www.sirc.org.np
Centre for Inpedendent Living, Berkeley, California, USA - http://www.cilberkeley.org
Radiophony - http://www.radiophony.com
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