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

Make a donation

Many young disabled people are working hard to achieve their dreams.

With your support, they can be unstoppable.

One-off

A woman and man looking at a laptop and chatting

£10

could help with the cost of training qualifications so a young disabled person can gain the skills they need to enter the workforce.

Vanessa sits with school friends

£20

could help make a school more accessible for disabled children by building ramps, adapting toilets or providing accessible learning materials.

Karina. Gareth, and Steve using computers at the STARS Community Centre

£30

could help provide a young disabled person with an adapted laptop, so they can be fully independent with doing everyday things like online shopping and applying for jobs online.

Or donate other amount

Regular

Woman next to a computer screen laughing

£5

a month

could help pay for professional development days for young disabled people so they can make the most of their potential.

Shuv, a change 100 intern, using a computer

£10

a month

could help towards the cost of running a programme like Change 100, which helps young disabled people develop their skills and gain valuable experience in a working environment.

Young people in wheelchairs at a group event

£15

a month

could help fund more programmes like Can Do, which provide volunteering opportunities so young disabled people can build confidence, gain skills and improve their chances of employment.

Or donate other amount

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