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Inclusive Philanthropy

Philanthropy works best when people from all races, genders, sexual orientations and abilities are served, including the one-in-five people who have a disability. RespectAbility is on the front lines in helping philanthropists learn how to welcome, include, serve and benefit from the talents of people with physical, learning, sensory, intellectual, mental health and other disabilities who often are left out of the diversity discussion.

RespectAbility’s goal is to enable foundations and philanthropists to have the maximum impact that they desire, whether that is in education, training, employment, criminal justice, health, access or other key issues. We encourage you to learn more by reading the resources below.

RespectAbility Articles

Disability Funders and Inclusive Statements

Ensuring Accessibility

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