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Can Do Volunteering programme.

Empowering young people with disabilities.
Leonard Cheshire Disability, is a charity that supports thousands of people in the UK who are currently planning to expand the Can Do programme to the Southampton and surrounding area.

Can Do is a volunteering programme for people with disabilities aged 16-35, offering support, information and training. Aims to empower young people with disabilities to recognise their potential and achieve ambitions. They offer opportunities ranging from traditional volunteering roles to more bespoke projects - from cookery workshops where the food is donated to local homeless shelters, to the development of funding applications, presentations, and carrying out accessibility audits of the local community.


For more details go to the Leonard Cheshire website here

or

email megan.smith-josephs@leonardcheshire.org for Southampton and surrounding areas (including Eastleigh, New Forest, Totton)

and for Portsmouth and surrounding areas (including Havant, Fareham, Gosport) email Catherine.Burton@leonardcheshire.org