What We Do

Disability Wales exists to champion the rights, equality and independence of all disabled people in Wales.

As a membership organisation run by disabled people, we provide a strong voice and leadership to influence policy on the issues that matter to our members.

Our member Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) cover all areas of Wales, campaigning on local issues and strengthening the work we do nationally.

Wales has the highest proportion of disabled people in the UK, at 26%. We all have a huge task on our hands to tackle inequality and exclusion.

We are on a mission to empower disabled people and their organisations to create change locally, nationally and internationally.

Join us and support our work (link to membership page)

How we are funded

Our core funding is from the Welsh Government Equality and Inclusion Grant which allows our work to continue until 2020.This grant is on a three year basis.

Disability Wales runs a number of projects which have a range of funders, including Big Lottery and the Fawcett Society, Spirit of 2012.

As is the nature of working in the third sector, ongoing funding is never a certainty. You can support our work by becoming a member or making a donation (links).

If you are developing a project that can benefit from involvement or co-production with disabled people then get in touch to find out how we could work in partnership with you.

Become a member today and become part of what we do