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First grants awarded under £3 million disability justice fund

ADHD Babes

ADHD Babes

ADHD Babes

ADHD Babes

More than £1m has now been awarded to 16 projects across London. All of the projects will help to diversify the disability sector and build the capacity of Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations to campaign for change.

We’re happy to share that we have awarded the first wave of grants to Deaf and Disabled-led organisations tackling inequality under our disability justice fund.

Disabled people were at the heart of decision-making for the fund. Projects were shortlisted by an advisory panel made up of Disabled activists and movement builders, and they also advised us to ensure the best possible funding decisions were made.

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This funding will allow us to branch out beyond our day to day management of ADHD Babes and begin making long term changes to improve the lives of disabled folks in London. As a grassroots organisation without core funding, we have been volunteering our time to keep going meaning we have limited capacity to grow. This will be an opportunity to do more than survive and to thrive by our own definition as disabled Black Women and Non-binary folk.

Vivienne Isebor, CEO and Founder of ADHD Babes

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Joanna leads on our disability justice fund.