National charity supporting people with learning disabilities
FitzRoy is a national charity that transforms lives by supporting people with learning disabilities to do the things that make a real difference to their everyday lives; ensuring they have choice, independence, and a voice. Whether as a fundraiser, staff member or volunteer – you too can make a difference and help us transform lives for people with disabilities.Read More
Our mission and vision
FitzRoy transforms lives every day by supporting people with learning disabilities to do the simple things that make a real difference to their everyday life. Our values guide us each step of the way and are as important now as when the charity first began. Our vision is a society where people are treated as equals, regardless of their disability. Our mission is to transform lives by supporting people with learning disabilities to lead the lives they choose.
How can we help you?
We tailor support to the needs of every individual we work with. Whether you are looking for registered care, day and community services, or supported living, you will find what you’re looking for in one of our high quality services across the UK. Likewise, if you’re looking for advice, guidance and support too, just ask – as a national charity we’re here to help.Explore our services For professionals
Fundraise for FitzRoy
Fundraising for FitzRoy transforms the lives of people with learning disabilities. From abseiling down a building, to hosting an afternoon tea there is no limit to the number of ways you can get involved.Be amazing
The inspiration behind FitzRoy
John Williams, co-founder of FitzRoy, tells of his inspiration to make the world a better place for people with learning disabilities. Determined to stop people being pushed into institutions, he and Elizabeth FitzRoy brought homes into communities.
Fantastic fundraising, exciting events, and brilliant blogs – read all the latest FitzRoy news and hear why services matter from the people that matter.
FItzRoy’s war on waste!
Residents at FitzRoy’s Boldshaves Oast and The Croft in Kent have declared a war on waste! They are benefiting from an […]
Going for gold
People with disabilities reach their goals! Maria Fallis and Tania Stratton, FitzRoy Support Workers, tell us how: “The people we […]
The benefits of music therapy for people with learning disabilities
Many of the people we support attend music therapy sessions. We spoke to Jeremy Wallace, Deputy Manager at FitzRoy Huw’s […]