Disability Inclusion Pledge
Social justice requires disability inclusion. The Disability Inclusion Pledge is designed to help grant makers and philanthropy-serving-organizations embark on or continue their journey to disability inclusion.  Please review our signatory eligibility criteria here: https://disabilityphilanthropy.org/disability-inclusion-pledge-signatory-criteria/.

Please note that if you meet these criteria and are not already a Disability & Philanthropy Forum member, by signing on to the Disability Inclusion Pledge, you are agreeing to become a member of and receive emails from the Disability & Philanthropy Forum.

Thank you for your leadership for disability inclusion!
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Will your grantmaking or philanthropy-serving organization sign the pledge? *
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If you are signing on to the pledge, please send logo and any accompanying guidelines to emily.ladau@disabilityphilanthropy.org or add a link (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) here.
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Disability & Philanthropy Forum Membership
To support you on your learning journey as you implement the pledge, the Disability & Philanthropy Forum at https://disabilityphilanthropy.org/ has many resources, and we highly recommend encouraging your staff or members to sign up for a free membership. Criteria are here: https://disabilityphilanthropy.org/about/member-guidelines/.  Please note that by signing on to the Disability Inclusion Pledge, you are agreeing to become a member of and receive emails from the Disability & Philanthropy Forum (if you are not already registered). We will create your account for you and you will receive an email with a temporary password. We will not sell or share your contact information with anyone.
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