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Help power the global disability movement.

Here at ADD International we value building long-term relationships with individuals committed to supporting the global disability movement. Your support can allow us to build the capacity of the next generation of disability activists.

Become a disability champion.

Disability Champions are a group of very special supporters leading the way in changing the world for disabled people. Disability Champions are helping to power the disability movement for the years to come. Whether you choose to fund our general work through our Capacity Building Fund, or donate to a specific project, supporters like you are the lifeblood of our organisation.


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As a Disability Champion, you could contribute to the new 'Capacity Building Fund', an unrestricted fund to support the next generation of disability activists in the most effective way possible.

The Capacity Building fund provides disability activists’ with the tools, skills and resources they need to build powerful organisations leading impactful movements for change. It is tailored support which enables social change. See how your support can make a difference.


If you have a specific area of interest, please get in touch and let's begin the conversation. Who knows, it could lead us to some serious life changing work together! Find out more about our areas of work that you could help fund.



We'll bring you the insider view of our work, including insights from our senior team and activists on the ground.


You'll be invited to bespoke events and talks with disability activists and ADD staff members.


You'll be the first to know about updates on our work and learnings, impact and strategic progression.

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Dick Bugembe, Chairperson, MADIPHA.

Dick, Disability Activist, Uganda.

"When I contracted HIV, I felt so sick, but little by little the medication helped. When our activist organisation, MADIPHA started, everyone thought people with disabilities were sub-human, but there was a very small group of five people who came together to make a change. None of us thought it would come as far as we have. Those five members are still here and we are now supporting 500 people!”

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Get in touch.

We'd love to talk to you about how you can make a lasting change to the lives of disabled people living in poverty.