We were approached to create an identity and design system for the charity and, working in close partnership with them, have continued to produce all their web, print and promotional material.
With interest continually growing in the cause, sponsors and donators accumulating and events constantly being planned and executed, the future is looking much brighter for Lola.
Lola has had a tough ride but she has achieved so much in her first few years of life. Lola started to breathe by herself after a week, something that the doctors didn’t think she would ever do. By the time she was 14 months she began to eat three meals a day orally, which although is still very difficult for her to do she manages well. As Lola gets stronger day by day her family become more determined to raise the money needed to help her achieve her full potential.
The £50,000 will allow Lola to undergo stem cell treatment, an operation that introduces new cells into damaged tissue. Many medical researchers believe that stem cell treatments have the potential to repair injury as it has the ability to self renew and potentially replace damaged areas with minimal risk of rejection and minimal side effects.
This operation has helped many cerebral palsy children have a better quality of life and Lola’s family wish Lola to have the same success and give her the best opportunity to improve her life.