Happy Diwali!

Share the light this Diwali and help change the lives of people affected by leprosy!Read more

Happy Birthday Blue Peter!

As the iconic TV show reaches it's milestone birthday, we take a look back at the show and how it has impacted millions of lives - especially for people affected by leprosy.Read more

New Social Media Handles

To make finding Lepra easier across social media, we have changed our handles for several sites.Read more

Here’s one we made earlier…£1 from you, we get two in the media

Our latest appeal, £1 from you, we get two has been a great success so far thanks to the generous donations we’ve received. We’ve also received great support from celebrity spokespeople through media appearances, social media and even visiting our projects.Read more

Leprosy and Mental Health Must Be Treated Together

As World Mental Health Day 2018 and the Global Mental Health Summit take place, we look at the similarities between mental health issues and leprosy and the startling fact that half of people affected by leprosy also suffer a mental health issue.Read more

An interview with one of our incredible Marathon runners

Melanie felt like a superhero after running the Virgin Money London Marathon - hear more about her experience running with Team Lepra and how you could join our team for the 2019 London Marathon.Read more

Lepra News Autumn 2018

In this issue we showcase our '£1 from you, we get two' appeal in celebration of Blue Peter's 60th anniversary! Along with stories from our fantastic fundraisers and our annual impact report for 2017-2018.Read more

Dinesh Dhamija, founder of Ebookers.com, joins Lepra's trustee board

We are delighted to announce Dinesh Dhamija has been appointed to our board of trustees.Read more

Cycling to beat leprosy

An interview with Imran, who has himself had leprosy, and is now cycling to raise money and show his support for other people affected by leprosy.Read more

Bringing a global focus to disability inclusion

Lepra's Chief Executive, Geoff Prescott, explains why disability inclusion must be the key focus of governments and key decision makers, and why new commitments must not overshadow or dilute the work that is already in progressRead more