Support AbilityNet

AbilityNet supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education.

We do this by providing specialist advice services, free information resources and by helping to build a more accessible digital world.

Your support enables us to enhance the quality of life of thousands of people every year, helping them to become less isolated, more independent and explore new horizons in education, work and leisure.

How to support us

Make a donation

A small donation can make a significant difference and will help us to achieve our vision of a digital world accessible to all. There are many different ways to donate to AbilityNet including Just Giving, Virgin Money Giving, AmazonSmile and many more.

Find out how to donate to AbilityNet

Become our charity partner

Is your organisation passionate about helping your local or national community?

We have a range of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnership opportunities supporting our work helping older and disabled people through technology. We can partner with you on everything from free support for your service users, through to corporate volunteering, sponsorship and fundraising.  

Become our partner

Join our volunteers

An AbilityNet volunteer helping a lady in her home to use a tablet deviceA great way to support AbilityNet is to join our network of 300+ volunteers across the UK. Many older people and people with disabilities experience difficulties with their technology - our wonderful volunteers can provide one-to-one IT and technology support remotely and through home visits.

Find out more about becoming an AbilityNet Volunteer

Become a Disabled User Tester

AbilityNet provides accessibility testing services for a wide range of customers, and we would like people with a disability to join our network of User Testers. While such work may be infrequent, if your application matches with the requirements of our clients, you will be getting paid to help make the world a more accessible place.

Find out more about becoming a Disabled User Tester

How do we help?

Who we help

Laura has Multiple Sclerosis:

“At my computer I can now forget my disabilities and concentrate wholly on my capabilities.”

Barbara has Epilepsy:

“AbilityNet has transformed my existence...”

William has Spinal Muscular Atrophy:

“AbilityNet has enabled William to produce independent work for the first time...”

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