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

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Donate online today and you'll be helping us to continue supporting disabled people to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. 


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


could help someone make their own meals using adapted cooking equipment.

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


could expand someone's social and work opportunities by providing specialist computer equipment.

A female service resident laughs


could help someone regain movement after a brain injury. Specialist physiotherapy equipment like parallel bars and exercise machines make a huge difference.

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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