News in brief

This is an article from Unfold newsletter.

Support like yours is making a really big difference. Read below about how you’ve helped reach over 1.2 million people in the last year.

Thanks a million! (literally)

Do you remember our plan for Everyday Equality? You read about it in Unfold last year. It sets out how we can achieve an equal society, where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.

Since our plan was launched last year, you have helped us make great progress. Your support has touched the lives of over one million people.

You’re supporting disabled people to get the best start in life: because of your kindness, we reached 4,409 people with our Sleep Solutions service.

You’re supporting disabled people to live the life they choose: thanks to you, we were able to offer information and advice to over 1.2 million people.

You’re supporting disabled people to be financially secure: with your help, our employment services got 1,046 people on the way to work.

The numbers speak for themselves. But we’re not there yet. In the months ahead, we will need your help to reach even more people, and get even closer to Everyday Equality.

Let’s keep going!

 

Let the change Unfold…

We wanted you to be the first to know about some exciting news! Here at Scope we’re dedicated to achieving Everyday Equality for disabled people. To help us do that we’re changing the way we work, and look and sound too!

We’re excited to show you the next edition of Unfold later this year. It will look different but it will still show the amazing difference you’re making.

And it will still be your newsletter so we would love to hear what you want to see in it. So get in touch with your thoughts!

Taking good care of your details

You are so important to us, and we will always look after your details very carefully. We never share your personal details with any other organisations or websites.

Find out more about our new privacy statement.

 

It’s only thanks to supporters like you that all our work is possible. Thank you!

Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we'll be here.

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