The charity is focused on improving wheelchair provision for children, as well as championing the rights of disabled children, young people and their familes to ensure they have the same opportunities as their non disabled friends.
We campaign at a local and national level, working closely with young disabled people to target MPs, peers and decision-makers in order to change attitudes, and build support for positive change through legislative and policy reform.
Young disabled people are at the forefront of all our campaigning activities, and we regularly consult them and their families to determine what problems need to be addressed, and how we can work towards tackling them.
Our Kidz Board (a group of young disabled people who represent their peers from 12 areas across the UK) heads our national campaigns and also takes action independently on issues its members choose. Our Ambassadors also support our campaigns in their local area, by meeting decision makers and raising awareness through various activities.
Our Ambassadors also campaign as part of our national network of 48 Ambassador Clubs. At the clubs, the ambassadors learn how to campaign and take action on the issues that matter to them. Visit the Kidz Unlimited website to find out more about our Ambassador Club Campaigns.