Centre for Inclusive Design is a not-for-profit organisation that is registered on the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profit Commission (ACNC) and as such we are able to take donations. These donations go towards the furthering of our belief of creating an inclusive Australia.
Fundraising Institute Australia
Centre for Inclusive Design is a proud member of Fundraising Institute Australia (FIA) .FIA is Australia’s national peak body for professional fundraising. Our commitment to the FIA code of conduct is a demonstration of our dedication to ethical, transparent and accountable fundraising.
Why are we collecting funds?
Exclusion from media has profound effects upon people living with disability. Access to media in all its forms, and particularly through technology, can either positively or negatively impact on educational outcomes, workforce participation and social inclusion.
The ability to access information means that a person with disability can participate in mainstream activities that the rest of the population take for granted like learning to read, watching television, accessing documents at work, applying for a property and even getting money out of an ATM.
Centre for Inclusive Design is Australia’s only independent charitable organisation dedicated to increasing web and digital accessibility for all people with a disability.
What do we do?
Funds raised are used to advocate for both consideration and creation of accessible digital platforms. We believe that accessible design is great design and that every member of the community should have full access to the digital world.
We promote inclusion by providing helpful information, articles, specialist training, and public advocacy to government, industry, educators, consumer groups and charities, focused on optimising the accessibility of mainstream technologies, online media, digital technology, apps, television, streaming services, and the arts. Examples of activities we undertake include:
- Increase access to information services and reduce discrimination through courses and services that redesign technology.
- Increase access to content and reduce discrimination in the workplace and in the community through auditing and accessibility support.
- Relieve disability by increasing knowledge and access to technology through information guides and services.
- Support independence for individuals with disability with expert advice from an accessibility perspective.
What can you do?
Help us to put web and digital accessibility in the spotlight as we advocate for more accessible digital resources for people with a disability and provide support for those taking action.