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Response to the UN's inquiry into poverty in the UK
Our Director of Global Influencing and Research Dr Ola Abu Alghaib reponds to the UN's inquiry into poverty in the UK.
Bristolian flies high to win Stelios Award 2018
easyjet founder, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has chosen Able Move, a start-up company that has created a portable solution for disabled travellers, as winner of the Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs 2018, in partnership with Leonard Cheshire.
Announcement by the Office of Rail and Road
Our response to today’s announcement by the Office of Rail and Road.
Innovate to Save puts disabled people in charge of care
The Welsh Government is funding the rolling out of a new social care solution, the first of its kind, in Wales.
Cambridge University rugby digs deep for charity
Varsity volunteers: Rugby stars become green-fingered gardeners at The Manor, a Leonard Cheshire home in Brampton.
Prevention is Better than Cure vision
Our CEO responds to the government's Prevention is Better than Cure vision.
Record number of applicants for Stelios Award
Record numbers of disabled people are turning to self-employment to create successful careers and manage their disabilities, according to global disability charity Leonard Cheshire.
New inclusive education programme in Zambia
Leonard Cheshire has secured funding for a new three-year inclusive education project in Zambia.
Young people go wild with Can Do programme
Young people from Castle Douglas have successfully completed Leonard Cheshire’s ‘Can Do’ volunteering programme.
Dumfries Can Doers to help the environment
Pupils from Dumfries High School have used their literacy skills to help the local environment as part of our Can Do volunteering programme.