LEAH (Learn English at Home)

LEAH (Learn English at Home)

LEAH is a local charity that helps isolated refugees and migrants learn English and become an active part of their communities in Kingston and Richmond. Through a team of specially trained, dedicated volunteer tutors, we provide 1:1 English support in peoples' homes and in small classes in the Community. We have been providing this vital service for 30 years and transformed the lives of many hundreds of people. We would not be able to continue our life changing work without your support.

Join easyfundraising and you can collect free donations for us every time you buy something online. It won't cost you a penny extra so please help us to raise funds.

£109.65

raised so far

17

supporters

Support this cause

Report this cause

easyfundraising is the UK’s biggest charity shopping fundraising site

It's simple to use and it's free. Since we launched in 2005, we've helped thousands of good causes raise money simply by shopping online. Our community of over 1.5 million loyal supporters has so far raised over £25 million.

Choose a cause to support then join for free

1. Get started

Choose a cause to support then join for free

Visit retailers and then shop online as normal

2. Start shopping

Visit retailers and then shop online as normal

Your cause receives free donations

3. Raise donations

Your cause receives free donations

How does it work?

easyfundraising turns your everyday online shopping into free donations for your favourite cause. How? Just start your online shopping first at easyfundraising, then shop as normal. Our retailers will then make a small donation to say “thank you”.

We have 3,589 retailers to choose from and so far we've raised over £25 million for thousands of community groups, schools, sports clubs, small and large charities across the UK. Easy!


Kim Cowling - 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides

easyfundraising has been great for us and so easy to use. Imagine being given free money just for online shopping! Since joining we have raised over £1,700.
Over £25 million raised
1.5 million supporters
120,000 good causes
Over 3,500 shops