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Leonard Cheshire Regional Fundraiser Sarah Grout is set to embark on her third London Marathon, thirteen years after a near-fatal skiing accident in 2007.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the Chancellor’s announcement today (24 September 2020) of a replacement to the furlough scheme.
Leonard Cheshire has answered Rishi Sunak’s call for creative thinking by saying the government should introduce ‘Purple Passports’ and extend furlough to avoid a winter jobs crisis for disabled people.
Leonard Cheshire has been selected for a Silver Award by The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) for their Can Do programme with The Zoological Society of London.
Leading disability charity Leonard Cheshire has recruited fifteen young disabled people to train as reporters and raise awareness of disability issues that affect young people across the UK, as the world marks the UN International Day of Charity (5...
Leonard Cheshire ambassador Amar Latif will participate in a cooking fundraiser for the leading disability charity, broadcast on MOB Kitchen IGTV, on Saturday 29 August.
Disabled residents at four care homes run by charity Leonard Cheshire are celebrating after finishing their massive 2,500 miles virtual cycle across the USA on Friday (31 July).
Bill Moran, a familiar face in the Dumfries town centre for his weekly fundraising collections for disability charity Leonard Cheshire, died on Friday on Friday 10 July at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
Tiziana Oliva, Executive Director, Global Influencing and Impact responds to the International Development Committee’s (IDC) recent report, which demonstrates the importance of retaining the Department for International Development’s (DFID) expertise...
Residents, staff and volunteers at a Leonard Cheshire care home in Godalming have been determined to go the distance for their annual ‘Hydon Hobble’ fundraiser and are taking the event online this year instead.