United Action for

Disabled People's Rights

8 charities

Support rights for people with disabilities

People with disabilities face barriers everyday, leading to social, economic, and political exclusion. Join the people working to redress the balance. Our United Action bundles the very best performing charities supporting people with disabilities around the world, so you can donate to several solutions at once.

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Charities in this United Action

Donate to this United Action to make your money as effective as possible. Our research team rigorously evaluates each charity, and curates collections of the top performing among them, so you can tackle the same urgent problem with different solutions.

Karuna Foundation

strengthening the current health institutions in Nepal

Karuna Foundation supports the Nepalese government in their adoption of the Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Program. The programme aims to prevent disabilities like birth defects or stunted growth and decrease maternal and child mortality by organising care for pregnant mothers and children. They also rehabilitate children and adults with a disability via a community-based program.

SOFT tulip

Support us to help the most vulnerable: children and adults with disabilities!

The SOFT tulip foundation focuses on the improvement of healthcare. They rely on the support and expertise of major Dutch healthcare institutions, working for the benefit of people with disabilities, elderly people and people with psychiatric challenges. They offer tailor-made training and support the collaboration between professions, experts and staff.

The Leprosy Mission NL

Together we make leprosy a thing of the past

The Leprosy Mission NL works to eradicate the causes and effects of leprosy. They are a member of the International Federation of Leprosy Organizations and participates in the the Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy. Their goals are to work towards eliminating leprosy contamination, preventing disabilities through leprosy and decreasing discrimination against people with leprosy.

Able Child Africa

Changing the lives of children with disabilities

Able Child Africa works with local partners to protect, educate and empower children with disabilities so they are able to fulfil their potential. They aim to strengthen local organisations to ensure that these can deliver lasting change in their countries. Furthery, they fight for the rights of children with disabilities, working to create change on a national scale by influencing governments and other agencies.

Human Rights Watch

Tyranny has a witness

Human Rights Watch investigates human rights abuses happening in all corners of the world. They protect the people most at risk, from vulnerable minorities to civilians in wartime. They direct their advocacy towards governments, armed groups and businesses, pushing them to change or enforce their laws, policies and practices. Human Rights Watch works closely with disabled people’s organisations to ensure that their human rights are protected and enforced by pushing towards an inclusive criminal justice system.


A society free of vulnerable children and youths living in difficult circumstances

Among their other projects, the KujjaKwaWatoto Programme supports children and youth with disabilities in Kenya. They provide these children with increased access to education services. They uphold the quality of their access to health services through the provision of medical rehabilitation services and health care support.


Help us protect sight and fight for disability rights

Sightsavers is working towards a world where people with visual impairments participate equally in society. They promote equal opportunity for people with disabilities and campaign for disability rights, so that everyone can go to school, earn a living and be happy. Their four focus areas are inclusive education, economic empowerment, accessible health care and political participation.

Help A Child

provides a future for children in need

Help a Child supports children, families and communities in need by strengthening communities to improve the well-being of children and youth in a sustainable way. Their child rights awareness projects also include individuals with a disability, their youth programs emphasize the inclusion of youth with disabilities and they promote the creation of favourable policies towards farmers with disabilities.

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