Four Broadgate, the leading financial and professional services agency, is supporting Small Steps, School for Parents, as its nominated charity for the next twelve months. Four Broadgate’s annual charity is chosen by its staff and Small Steps was chosen because the team were very impressed with the work it does.
Small Steps provides support for parents with children up to four years old that suffer from cerebral palsy or other forms of motor sensory impairment through its School for Parents. The school provides a comforting environment for children and parents; encouraging children to work on all areas of their development while also supporting their parents.
Roland Cross, Director, Four Broadgate, says: “Small Steps is a great little charity helping children and parents of children with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities and we are looking forward to supporting it over the next twelve months.”
Four Broadgate’s Charity Committee has organised a comprehensive fundraising programme for Small Steps which will be rolled out gradually over the next 12 months. Further information and updates on fundraising will be posted on the Four Broadgate Facebook and Twitter feeds.
For further information, please contact:
Adam, Lauren Willington, Yasemin Kiani and Roddi Vaughan Thomas
Telephone: 020 7726 6111
About Four Broadgate
Four Broadgate is a leading PR agency that specialises in the financial and professional services industries. We forge close working relationships with our clients to help enhance their reputations and achieve business objectives. Combining media relations, corporate communications and digital PR, we deliver results that drive growth, enhance reputations and build credibility. Among the sectors we have specialist expertise are: Alternatives, asset management (retail and institutional), financial services, professional services, professional development and education, enterprise and innovation, life and pensions and property.
About Small Steps
Small Steps, School for Parents was founded in 1998 to provide specialist help and support to parents with physically disabled children. Small Steps is a free service and as a registered charity we do not receive any statutory funding. Small Steps is solely dependent on grants, donations and fundraising in order to operate. At Small Steps, children aged from birth to 4 years, work on all areas of their development, using principles of conductive education. Children attending Small Steps sessions have cerebral palsy, other forms of motor impairment, syndromes or sensory impairment.