Our Charities

LonRes is committed to raising funds for charitable causes and is a proud supporter of: 
 

Canine Partners is a registered charity that transforms the lives of people with physical disabilities by partnering them with assistance dogs. These amazing dogs bring a greater independence and quality of life to their partners, offering security, companionship, and practical help with everyday household tasks. The life-changing dogs also provide psychological and social benefits including increased independence, confidence, social interaction and self-esteem.

Find out more: caninepartners.org.uk

Your life can change in a second. Spinal cord injury can affect anyone. From being active, sporty, able-bodied one moment, to being totally paralysed from the shoulders down with loss of bladder/bowel/sexual function and permanently reliant on a wheelchair for mobility - for the rest of your life as tetraplegic.

With the help from Regain, life goes on.

Regain has been established to help people who have had a sports-related spinal cord injury resulting in tetraplegia/quadriplegia. Money, support, advice and information are available for REGAINERS to help with dealing with disability and gaining fulfilling, active lives once more. Funding is required for the specialist equipment they need to enable them to achieve greater independence and improve their quality of life.

Find out more: regainsportscharity.com

For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to offer personalised support to help people communicate and experience the world. Sense believes that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential. Their experts offer support that’s tailored to the individual needs of each person, whether that’s at their centres, through their holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes. In addition to practical support, they also provide information to families, and campaign for the rights of people with complex disabilities to take part in life.

Find out more: sense.org.uk