Residents laughing at one of our care homes

Remember a loved one

Here are a few ways you can celebrate a life, donate in memory of a loved one and help disabled people.

Remembering Lisette

Lisette Comerford volunteered at our Chipstead Lake care home for 26 years. She saw first hand the impact our work has and was passionate about helping disabled people live as independently as they can. 

When Lisette sadly passed away, her son, Anthony, wanted to do something special to remember his mother. So he set up a tribute fund, asking family and friends to give donations in her memory to carry on the support Lisette had given to disabled people during her lifetime.

“Leonard Cheshire meant so much to her and I thought this would be a fitting tribute to the endless hours she gave to Chipstead Lake.’

Chipstead Lake have planted a rose in celebration of Lisette’s love and care for disabled people.

Lisette, a woman who volunteered at Leonard Cheshire for 26 years