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As a registered charity, so much of what we do is only made possible through fundraising.

We rely on donations and grants to be able to create a wide diversity of opportunities, and to plan to reach out to more adults with learning disabilities in urgent need. You can find out more below how opportunities at Reach are enabling Helen and Thomas to make a good life in their community.

Can you help us continue our work and plan ahead for brighter futures by making a regular gift? You can find out more about how your gift will make a difference here.

Please help if you can.



"The thing I like most is seeing friends."

Helen has been with Reach since our early days as Southwell Care Project. Twenty five years on, Helen’s busy week includes socials and three sessions at Flower Pod where she enjoys gardening.

Helen is also looking forward to the next Reach holiday especially seaside walks, archery and dancing.



Having recently joined Reach Southwell, Thomas's favourite class is ‘Fun with Computers’ - he would like to learn how to edit videos.

He is already making plans for the future including supported volunteering through Reach.

Thomas says "the holidays sound fun – I’d like to go on one. I think that Reach is outstanding!"

Other ways to donate

  • Set up a regular gift via standing order - click here to download a Standing Order form which you can print at home and send to your bank
  • Make a one-off donation here
  • Send a cheque (payable to Reach Learning Disability) to Reach Learning Disability, Prebend Passage, Southwell, NG25 0JH
  • We can also take your donation by phone; call us on 01636 819066
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How your gift could make a difference