There is a rich body of evidence showing what can make a difference to disabled children and their families, but interest in this cause is lower than might be expected.
This report makes the case that more philanthropic support should be channelled towards organisations helping disabled children and young people. It seeks to bridge the gap between the evidence base and philanthropic support—highlighting why the cause is important and identifying opportunities for philanthropists to drive lasting change for children and their families. In particular, it explores:
- Why more support is needed for disabled children and young people
- Where philanthropic support should be targeted
- What the priority areas for support are
- How can this support be achieved