Enrych have been active in Leicestershire for over 20 years.
They started out with the name Ryder-Cheshire Volunteers, enabling people with a physical or learning disability to enjoy leisure or learning activities of their choice. This was facilitated by a Ryder Cheshire volunteer; their job was to find the right volunteer for the right person!
Enrych now operates in many counties of the UK. Each local branch is a separate charity, operating under the umbrella of our national organisation.
In 2011, Enrych was formed, the name change was to reflect the changing ways we support and enrich the lives of individuals, whilst retaining our links with our founders Sue Ryder and Leonard Cheshire.
Our aim remains the same – to enable people with a disability to enjoy their lives, realise their potential, and achieve their outcomes
Please contact the office, in the Marlene Reid Centre, should you like to like to learn more. Tel: 01530 832 926 or email by clicking here
Find out more by visiting their website here.