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Benefits of organisational membership

Membership benefits if you join as an organisation

  • One complimentary copy of the The Disability Rights Handbook to be published annually in April, and the opportunity to buy further copies for colleagues at a discounted rate of 25% off per book on orders of 5 or more copies. 

  • You will have access to our members-only Welfare Rights Helpline – a vital point of reference to help you to deal with complex cases and stay on top of and understand the nuances of some of the new legislation being introduced.

  • Receipt of the Disability Rights Handbook Updater, alerting you to benefits changes and legal updates, ensuring your Handbook is always up to date. View sample

  • A discount on Disability Rights UK’s range of training courses, including those on welfare benefits, disability confidence etc.

  • You will receive Disability Rights Bulletin, our bi-monthly newsletter, containing the latest welfare benefits and independent living news, updates on our projects, Q&As from our helplines, and details of DRUK events and special offers from our shop. View sample

  • Use of the Disability Rights UK ‘member of’ logo on your website, emails and letterheads – showing your commitment to working together with us to build a society where everyone can participate equally.

  • Use of our factsheets on your own internet or intranet site to ensure your colleagues or clients get the best possible service from you.

  • You will also be able to promote your work, events etc via our website (reaching 1.6m unique visitors per year) and our social media, to help you maximise reach.

  • You will have the opportunity to participate in forums to help set the national agenda on disability, as well as share and access good practice and information from fellow members.

  • The opportunity to bid and work in partnership with us in areas of benefit to disabled people.

  • The ability to shape the work of Disability Rights UK on an ongoing basis