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Report: Nonprofits Excluding People With Disabilities

A large number of workers with disabilities hold jobs in the nonprofit sector

Are nonprofits focusing enough on inclusion when it comes to individuals with disabilities?

A new study not only suggests that they aren’t, but also that welcome mats are hard to come by for the roughly 20 percent of Americans who have some form of disability.

In its new report, ‌Disability in Philanthropy & Nonprofits, the bipartisan group RespectAbility makes the case that many nonprofits and philanthropic groups often exclude those with disabilities even when making public commitments that suggests otherwise.

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