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Your organisation can help power the global disability movement.

Millions of disabled people in Africa and Asia are condemned to a life of poverty and exclusion. Right now, organisations of disability activists are working to fight discrimination and ensure every disabled person gets a fighting chance at living their best life.

They urgently need support.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

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PROMOTE INCLUSION

Develop bespoke partnerships to promote inclusion within your environment

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Engage your staff across different teams and locations through fundraising

MATCHING GIFTS

Motivate your staff to give by matching their donations through a matched giving scheme

BOOST ENGAGEMENT

Reach new customers through cause-related marketing and help us raise vital funds for our programmes

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PAYROLL GIVING

Give a regular gift through Payroll Giving

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ADVOCACY AND CAMPAIGNS

Let’s join forces to influence policy makers for lasting sustainable change

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Inspired? Let's start a conversation.

If you want to start exploring how your workplace could support the global disability movement then get in touch with our Fundraising Team today on supportercare@add.org.uk or give us a call on 020 3752 5499.

HOW YOUR SUPPORT HELPS

Minnie, Bangladesh

Minnie, Bangladesh

Minnie is a disability activist working for women's rights in Bangladesh. In an area where disabled women are vulnerable to all forms of violence, Minnie is working to protect and empower her community.

Peter, Uganda

Peter, Uganda

Frontline Activist

Peter is an albinism activist in Uganda where there are still many myths attached to albinism, including that persons with albinism are cursed, are punishments from the gods, are ghosts, have supernatural powers, or do not die.

Maha Allazim deaf activist, Sudan
Maha Allazim deaf activist, Sudan

Maha, disability activist, Sudan.

"My dreams have always been simple, just to meet my own requirements, to contribute to my family, and not to depend on others."