A boy laughs while playing a game at one of the Leonard Cheshire services


Thanks to donations, we are able to support people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Help us create a world of possibility.


Sue, a service user, enjoys a sandwich she has prepared


could help towards the cost of adapted cooking equipment so that disabled people can make their own meals.

A Leonard Cheshire staff member and a resident at one of our homes watch a video on an ipad


could go towards buying specialist computer equipment, allowing disabled people to stay in touch with family and friends, apply for jobs and take online courses.

A female service resident laughs


could help pay for specialist physiotherapy equipment to help someone regain movement after a brain injury. This could include parallel bars or exercise machines.

Or donate other amount


A woman laughing at one of our day centres


a month

could help buy assistive technology equipment so that disabled people can do everyday tasks without asking for help, like opening their curtains or turning on the TV.

A group of children in school uniform in a sports hall


a month

could help towards running a programme like CanDo, which helps give disabled people vital opportunities to volunteer, gain experience and socialise.

A woman in a day centre learns to use a computer


a month

could help pay for vehicles and staff so that disabled people can take part in activities in their local community.

Or donate other amount

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If you are looking to send us a donation by post, find instructions on how to do so here.

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