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Disabled people living in poverty are among the most vulnerable, marginalised and discriminated people on earth. Often, they have no access to basic human rights, education or the opportunity to work.

Please help disability activists who are fighting for their rights.

Do something. Here's how.

Fundraise.

From fancy dress to sponsored runs, raise vital money and be a superstar!

Legacies.

Support the next generation of disability activists. A gift in your will can go a long way. 

Philanthropy.

Power the global disability movement and find out more about making a major donation.

Give as you earn.

Give a regular gift through Payroll Giving and support some of the most vulnerable people on earth.

Gift Aid.

Can you Gift Aid your donations? Let us know today with this online form or call 0300 303 8835.

Campaign.

Your name counts! Sign the petition to help protect disabled women from violence.

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Your support matters.

We will put your gift to immediate work. We're supporting disability activists to:

  • Speak up for their rights, particularly disabled women and girls.
  • Ensure that disabled children get an education.
  • Help other disabled people to earn a living.

78% of your donation will directly support disability activists internationally.

Disability activists changing lives.

Find out who these remarkable people are, and why we should be supporting them.

Group photo of people similing. Some have albinism.

Brave women and menDisability activists

We're proud to support disability activist in Uganda, who are speaking up for people with albinism. They have experienced these myths themselves as they too have albinism. 

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Video: 30 years of supporting disability activists.

ADD International was officially born as Action on Disability and Development in 1986. At the time, the founder, Chris Underhill, was told "it will fail". Thirty years on, ADD International is still around. We operate in Africa and Asia supporting disability activist and helping to build effective movements for change.

Teddy, smiling

Silence isn't golden.It's deadly.

Teddy is one of our ADD heroes, delivering support to disabled women across the Gulu region in Uganda. Growing up with a disability herself, Teddy knows how hard it can be to speak up. Here she gives us her first hand account.

Fighting for justiceMoyna's story

Just three months their wedding her husband abandoned her and took all her money. Leaving Moyna alone, pregnant and penniless.

Margaret smiling, Dick looking at the radio

Last night a DJ saved my lifeMargaret's story

When Margaret was ready to end it all, listening to the radio one evening changed her life forever. Read more about her remarkable story.