We are 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.
We provide children with essential pieces of equipment, communication aids or specific services that their local authority does not provide.
A small group of trustees manage the charity. Between them they have a wealth of experience relating to families who care for someone with cerebral palsy. The Trust is keen to make life easier for these families. If you know of someone who is likely to benefit, please tell them about us.
If you would like to read more about Nihal's short life, his struggles and his triumphs, written by his mother Rahila Gupta who donated money left over from his medical damages to fund our work, please click here.
A play based on his life, Don't Wake Me: The Ballad of Nihal Armstrong goes on a four city tour of India from 9-22nd October. For more information go to dontwakeme.org