CPRF Provides Assistance To Those With Disabilities

Daniel Jenkins, CPRF Wheelchair and Posture Seating Clinic Technician, adjusts the positioning of a joystick on a customized wheelchair.

The Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation (CPRF) of Kansas is a United Way of Bourbon County agency.

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United Way is primarily funded through donations from local businesses when employees agree to donate an amount through payroll deductions.

Gina Shelton, president of United Way of Bourbon County said the cost of a purchased soft drink, one dollar if it was payroll deducted by many people, would help the agency meet its 2018 Campaign goal of $50,000.

The following is from an interview with Kacee Shuler, director of public relations with Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation of Kansas.

The contact person is Shuler, who can be reached at 316-688-1888 or kshuler@cprf.org 

What service do you provide for our community?

“We provide customized wheelchair and posture seating services, financial aid for assistive technology and medical equipment, and accessible living opportunities. All CPRF programs are designed to promote quality of life and independence for individuals with disabilities.”

When are you open? Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Local address?

“We do not have an office in Bourbon County. Our Wichita address is 5111 E 21st St N | Wichita, KS 67208.”

What percentage of your budget is the United Way grant?

“On average, our allocation is about 50 percent of our budget in Bourbon County.”

The following link lists current board members: CPRF Board of Directors Updated 2018


Click here for the previous United Way of Bourbon County  story:

United Way 2018 Campaign For Bourbon County Agencies




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