Make A Donation
Your donation will help people with disabilities enjoy greater independence.
Support one of the following, or search for others that help people with disabilities.
Easter Seals, Inc.
Helps individuals with disabilities live with equality, dignity, and independence.
Associated Blind, Inc.
Promotes autonomy and self-determination for the visually impaired
Canine Assistants, Inc.
Trains service dogs to assist children and adults with special needs
Capper Foundation for Crippled Children
Enhances the independence of people with physical disabilities, primarily children
Maximizes personal potential through dignified and purposeful living
Special Olympics, Inc.
Provides year-round sports training and athletic competition
Enables people of all ages who are blind or partially sighted to lead independent and productive lives
National Association of the Deaf
Promote the welfare of the deaf community in education, economic security, social equality, and privileges as citizens.
National Federation of the Blind, Inc.
Enables people to come together to plan and carry out programs to improve the quality of life for the blind
National Organization for Chronically Ill Kids
Helps improve the quality of life for children disabled by chronic illness.
National Organization on Disability
Expands the participation and contribution of America's 54 million men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.
Be A Volunteer
Your time can make a difference to people with disabilities.
Volunteer with one of these organizations or search for other opportunities.
Easter Seals near YOU!
American Disability Defense Union
Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Government
Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind
Points of Light Foundation
Be a Virtual Volunteer!
Your voice can benefit people with disabilities. Show your support by speaking out!
Protect civil rights of people with disabilities
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities
Working for the rights, services & support for people with disabilities
Current Legislative Issues
United Cerebral Palsy
Advocacy & public policy