The Westminster Society,
soon to be LDN London
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Get involved

Our vision is to enable learning disabled Londoners to stay healthy, be safe, and to live well in a society where people with learning disabilities are valued as equal citizens having the chance to make full use of everything their community has to offer just like everybody else.

How can I get involved?

There are a number of ways you can help depending on the time you have to give. Why not arrange a fundraiser, attend an event or become a corporate volunteer!

This year as we can’t do any big events we are doing an online Christmas Fundraiser to raise funds for our Rainbows Nursery

Take part in our Virtual hamper raffle

Bid to win an amazing stay at a 5 star villa in Antibes

Or make a donation to support Rainbows

Become a corporate volunteer

Your team could spend some time with people with learning disabilities or organise a party or a day trip.

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Fundraise for us

Can you come up with an exciting new idea? Could you tweak an existing event? There’s always a great excuse to put on an entirely new event or add a twist to something.

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Spare a little of your time

Volunteering offers enormous personal satisfaction to those with a little spare time and the desire to use their experience to the benefit of others. It can even be a life-changing experience.

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Leave a legacy

You can help to create a brighter future for disabled people and their families.

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How far does your money go?

At the Westminster Society we make sure that every penny of your money goes on helping your learning disability network.


Per month could pay for a little kickers football session for up to 12 children at our Rainbow Nursery


Per month could pay for an 'LDN Connect to the Beatz' music event for a young adult with learning disabilities


Per month could pay for an LDN Connect Tuesday Social Group event for up to 48 people with learning disabilities

Alternatively donate using our JustGiving page


Covid-19 Update

The Westminster Society is calling for health equality for people with learning disabilities to ensure they have access to regular Covid-19 testing, and that vaccines are made available on an equitable basis alongside people living in elderly and nursing care facilities.

Our CEO has written to Helen Whately Minister of State for Social Care asking for a change in policy – please see her letter here.

Read the letter to Helen Whately