Trusts and Foundations
Leonard Cheshire has long and established relationships with many charitable trusts and foundations across the UK. Without the generous support of these organisations we would be unable to make such a big difference to thousands of disabled people’s lives every year.
Leonard Cheshire has long and established relationships with many charitable trusts and foundations across the UK, and we would like to offer our warmest thanks to all those trusts and foundations that have supported and continue to support our work.
Without the generous support of these organisations we would be unable to make such a big difference to thousands of disabled people’s lives every year.
- Big Lottery Fund and Monday Charitable Trust have funded our Seed to Plate project which supports adults with learning disabilities to learn about healthy eating, and teaches them how to cook for themselves and others.
- Support from the Big Lottery Fund Wales and The Henry Smith Charity has funded an assistive technology project at our Danybryn care home in Radyr. The project enables disabled people to have greater control of their own living environment and independence using a range of technology and environmental controls.
- Freemasons’ Grand Charity have kindly supported the refurbishment of our Alne Hall home in North Yorkshire.
- World Jewish Relief have funded a three-year project called Building Enabling Communities. Based in Mumbai, India, the project aims to help disabled people to find better livelihoods through an innovative and community based programme of training, advice and contact building.
How your trust can help
Your trust can help improve the lives of disabled people and their families across the UK and the world by supporting Leonard Cheshire Disability’s work. You can choose to support a specific project, country, or area of work, or you can allow us to use the donation where the need is greatest.
If you would like to know more about our work or are interested in supporting Leonard Cheshire Disability, please call Christopher Mann on 020 3242 0403 or email email@example.com.