The Nihal Armstrong Trust
The Nihal Armstrong Trust is a small charity set up in memory of Nihal Armstrong, who died aged 17 on the eve of his GCSE exams. Nihal had cerebral palsy. They provide children with essential pieces of equipment, communication aids or specific services that their local authority does not provide.
Children up to the age of 18 living with Cerebral Palsy. Funding available for equipment, communication aids or a particular service that will benefit a child and which the local authority will not fund. The item must cost less than £1000.
Currently only considering applications for equipment, communication aids or a particular service that will benefit a child with Cerebral Palsy. Funding cannot be used for holidays, refurbishment costs or household appliances.
How to Apply