A conversation with Kristy Trautmann, Executive Director of FISA Foundation, about the Disability Inclusion Pledge.
Disability Inclusion: Required – Episode 5 – Incorporating Disability Into Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Work
A conversation on incorporating disability into diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work with Catarina Rivera, a dynamic disability public speaker and DEI consultant.
Applying disability-explicit and race-explicit lenses to philanthropic work is critical to achieving equity and justice.
A deeply honest spotlight on the multitude of ways ableism continues to show up across the philanthropic sector.
A conversation with Ingrid Tischer about why and how to dismantle the charity model of disability in philanthropy.
This resource offer suggested starting points for forging meaningful connections and partnerships with the disability community.
Disability is part of human diversity, some of the infinite threads woven through the fabric of our world. Across the...
Disability is a natural part of the human experience. Disabled people are part of the beautiful threads of diversity woven throughout our world. It’s important to recognize that disability is, for so many, a celebrated identity connected to a vibrant history, culture, and community.
A conversation with Sandy Ho and Dr. Richard Besser on why it's essential that philanthropy applies a disability lens across all of their operations and grantmaking.
We must dismantle the systemic racism and ableism that criminalizes disabled people.
How can we prioritize recruiting disabled talent and ensure everyone has the tools they need to thrive?
An example of an introductory staff training on disability inclusion.
Disability & Philanthropy Webinar Series: Communicating an Organization-Wide Commitment to Disability Inclusion
Learn from organizations engaging on the disability inclusion learning journey.
A dialogue about the economic disparities that disabled people encounter when trying to find a place to call home.
Learn why philanthropy cannot ignore funding for disability rights and justice.
Learn what is possible when philanthropic leadership centers disability and disabled people.
Insight on how and why website designers should recognize the connections between race and accessibility.
Tolu Adegbite Emphasizes the Need to Work on Technology Accessibility Through an Intersectional Lens
A reminder of why we must recognize how identities overlap when working on making technology truly accessible to all.
A call for organizations to include Deaf and disabled people and prioritize accessibility in all of their technology development, testing, and usage.
A reflection on how we talk about disability and encourages us to reconsider the language we use.
A reflection on opportunities philanthropy has to direct funding toward systemic issues impacting the disability community.
A call to use the mechanisms of philanthropy to address inequities, first by acknowledging its roots in ableism.
Learn about concrete actions WITH Foundation is taking to ensure their grantmaking practices are truly accessible and inclusive.
A conversation with Ingrid Tischer about what funders need to know about disability-inclusive grantmaking.
A conversation about philanthropy's role in dismantling ableism.
Emily Ladau and Sandy Ho share perspectives on disability rights and justice frameworks as ways for philanthropy to move equality and equity forward.
A call for funders to reconsider existing grantmaking practices that perpetuate oppression.
Insights on what funders must be aware of to truly advance justice through their grantmaking work.
Why it's vital for grantmakers to center people with lived experience in their grantmaking work.
Learn from disability advocates serving on participatory grantmaking committees.
by Megan E. Doherty Although disability is a natural part of the human experience, our cultures and institutions—including philanthropy—have long...
by Lane Harwell, Program Officer, Creativity and Free Expression, Ford Foundation The Ford Foundation's Creativity and Free Expression (CFE) program...
The Disability Inclusion Pledge calls upon philanthropy to include education about disability in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training for...
To better understand and learn from disability-inclusive grantmaking practices, foundations can use the following questions both for internal reflection and...
Click here for a transcript of this webinar. “Nothing about us without us,” is a guiding principle of the disability...
As part of a commitment to upholding “Nothing about us without us” and consulting with the disability community, teams may...
Drawn from the Ford Foundation's capacity-building efforts with program staff, this guidance is intended to support grantmakers as they build...
Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy: A Working Paper for Grantmakers and the Consultants Who Support Their Work
The National Network of Consultants to Grantmakers (NNCG) working paper is a starting place of learning for the Disability Inclusion...
Open Society Foundations (OSF), a member of the Presidents' Council on Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy and a signatory of the...
By Sarah Napoli, Project Officer, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Open Society Foundations, July 2020 When the pandemic hit the globe...
In this webinar, hosted on July 14, 2020 by the Presidents' Council on Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy, Adela Ruiz from...
Listen up, funders! The time is now to ensure that disability is no longer relegated to a niche grantmaking area...