DISABLED NO MORE. DEPENDENT NO MORE.

Working to integrate individuals with disabilities into mainstream living to help them become self-supporting and independent, and to enable them to lead an undiminished and accomplished life. 
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Rewards Forever Endowment Benefit Dinners in June

EquallyAble is hosting two benefit dinners in Reston, Virginia and Gwynn Oak, Maryland to raise funds to start Rewards Forever, a new endowment that will enable us to create institutions and establishments.
RSVP Reston Event, June 2, 2017
RSVP Gwynn Oak Event, June 3, 2017

Bridging The Gap Report Released

EquallyAble is happy to see the release of “Bridging the Gap” by Access International, and is considering various options to be engaged in the very important work. Stay tuned for more information in the coming day.
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EquallyAble Sponsors Summer Institute on Theology and Disability

EquallyAble is joining the Collaborative on Faith and Disabilities in sponsoring the 2017 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability. The conference will be held from June 5-8 in Azusa, California, to continue the much needed work in the area of disability awareness and inclusion
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EquallyAble To Host at Maker Faire, The Henry Ford

Together with ZotArts, EquallyAble will be hosting art-making sessions from July 29-30 at the Maker Faire. All are welcome. We hope to see you in Detroit this summer.
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#TakeMe2School

Transportation plays a critical role in the lives of people with disabilities. One-third of children with disabilities can’t attend school due to a lack of transportation. EquallyAble is working to provide students with disabilities transportation to school that is:

  • Shared community transportation
  • Low cost and reliable
  • Accessible and customized to the needs of each student

Funding Needed: $250,000

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#Path2Inclusion

To help people with disabilities, their families, and their communities succeed we need new thinking and bold new programs. EquallyAble wants to help people with disabilities have the opportunity to contribute to society and prosper. We are working to provide the following to people with disabilities:

  • Leadership Development
  • Workshops and Summits
  • Smart phone apps that improve social inclusion

Funding Needed: $250,000

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#GiveHope1000

To reduce unemployment among individuals with disabilities, EquallyAble has launched the “Give Hope 1000” initiative to create 1000 small businesses to help create work flexibility and financial stability for individuals with disability.

  • Tea and coffee stalls
  • Vegetable shops
  • Mobile phone repair etc.

Raised: $350,000
Needed: $150,000

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About The Founder

Mohammed stopped walking at the age of about 2 years; the polio that attacked his body left most of it paralyzed but for his spirit. Even though he was too little to know about what is going on; the social norms, unfriendly society, lack of access to school and transportation, pretty much left him house bound… READ MORE

Recent News

EquallyAble To Host at Maker Faire, The Henry Ford

April 12th, 2017|0 Comments

                  EquallyAble is making further gains in the areas of promoting inclusion across the country and worldwide. This year, instead of our traditional campaigns, EquallyAble is taking [...]

Success Stories

Huzaifa’s success would not have been possible without your support

December 29th, 2016|0 Comments

                    "I want to thank EquallyAble Foundation for the extended support, which helped me to get in here, in IIMA (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad)" said [...]

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