Please watch the short film and find out more about our new Imagine if campaign. Through the campaign we’d like to highlight what’s important to young people with learning disabilities and their families. Help us continue to change lives and donate today, or find out how you can support us.
How can you help?Imagine if you could do something small that helps a lot of people
Whether it’s partnering with us to make your workforce more inclusive, running a race to raise money, or building up the independence to go to the shops alone, imagine if we all did something life changing. So, if you want to work with us to engage and motivate your staff, are after a worthy cause for your next charity challenge or need specialist services in Leeds, you’re in the right place! Welcome to Leeds Mencap.
Read Kai’s story here.
It’s nothing like you imagine
Here at Leeds Mencap, we know having a learning disability is nothing like you imagine. We’re here to help children and young people find their place in their community, develop new valuable skills for the workplace and improve and enrich their life experiences. Thanks to your support, we’re reimagining what it means to have a learning disability.
Read Jim and Emily’s story here
If I can, you can
Through our specialist clubs and activities, children and young people with learning disabilities develop valuable new skills, build their independence and grow. Now it’s up to you. Whether it’s fundraising for us, becoming a partner and making your workplace more inclusive, or empowering yourself by volunteering, if I can, so can you.
Read Lora, Ben and Phoenix’s story here.
Leeds Mencap Business ClubLeeds Mencap launches new initiative for businesses in Leeds Leeds Mencap has launched a new initiative offering businesses the opportunity to make new connections through networking, plus receive marketing benefits, whilst supporting the charity. Founding members The Technology Group and Winston Solicitors have already joined the Leeds Mencap Business Club…. Read more
Imagine If…94% of Leeds Mencap families said that they have felt more isolated during Covid-19 77% of families supporting children with learning disabilities have experienced increased anxiety and 94% have felt more isolated than usual during the COVID-19 pandemic according to a survey conducted by Leeds Mencap. The recent survey was… Read more
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