Disability & Philanthropy Forum Peer Networks
The Disability & Philanthropy Forum’s peer networks provide venues for funders and philanthropy-serving organizations to share resources and learnings, and to foster accountability for substantive change. Together, we are on a collective journey to move the philanthropic sector toward disability inclusion, rights, and ultimately, justice.
A peer community of foundation presidents founded by Ford and Robert Wood Johnson Foundations to elevate disability inclusion as a central part of solving society’s most critical human rights, social justice, and health equity challenges.
Disability Inclusion Pledge Signatories
A growing community of foundations and philanthropy-serving organizations engaging in a learning journey to advance disability inclusion across philanthropy.
Celebrating Disability Across Philanthropy
An employee resource group that serves as a safe space for colleagues in philanthropy who identify as disabled, live with a chronic illness, and/or seek to champion inclusion in the sector.