Creating
a more
inclusive
world

We Include is creating a culture of inclusion in workplaces, schools and everyday life.

1 in 4 adults has a disability.

Despite popular misconceptions, disabilities are common. 

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Welcome to We Include, an organization created to empower people with disabilities and to advocate for their inclusion in every facet of life.
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People with disabilities are awesome, and since 1 in 4 adults has a visible or invisible disability—that’s a lot of people who deserve our attention, respect and admiration.
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We Include is inspired by a nonprofit in Tampa Bay, Florida called Help Us Gather (HUG) that helps people with disabilities connect socially and advocates for inclusion. Although the important work at HUG is targeted to a local audience, the response to its mission resonated globally.
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HUG’s work to create personal and professional opportunities for people with disabilities became a source of happiness and hope. Its stories were shared by hundreds of news outlets in the United States and throughout the world, prompting people to reach out asking HUG to bring its mission of inclusion and advocacy for people with disabilities to a bigger audience.
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We Include was created to do just that. 

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Treat of a Lifetime

Barkworthy Baker Allison Fogarty goes on set with her idol Rachael Ray

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of people with disabilities are lonely

It has been the norm to exclude people with disabilities from workplaces, social circles, media, etc.
It is time to change that.

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Dare to create a different world with us

People with disabilities have limitless potential when given the opportunity to achieve. Watch the stories that We Include made happen by believing that a more inclusive world is not only possible–it’s better for everyone.

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Including everyone makes us​ stronger.,better.,cooler.,brighter.,happier.,bolder.,sparkle.,the bomb 🙂

At We Include, positive representation of people with disabilities takes top priority. We are making huge constructive changes in the right direction by supporting and empowering those of us with disabilities to dream, strive for goals, and enjoy who we are as we are.
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Who better to show how it’s done than the people with disabilities influencing trends, changing the game and breaking down barriers? Check out the roster of inclusion and celebrity influencers who agreed to speak out and speak up for We Include and the power of inclusion.

Inclusion Influencers

We Include unites the boldest voices to make sure the message of inclusion gets heard loud and clear.

MODEL AND ADVOCATE

Rachel Barcellona

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ENTREPRENEUR

Allison Fogarty

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INNOVATOR

Temple Grandin

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MODEL AND SPEAKER

Grace Strobel

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Inclusion is Smart Business

Employees with special needs have high-value skills like loyalty, consistency and reliability. With a market share of more than $1.28 trillion, individuals with disabilities are the future of global business.

Social Enterprise

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Spectrum Designs in New York followed a thread on creating a workforce talent of people with autism. That thread knitted together one of the most impressive, productive work cultures in the apparel industry.

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Social Enterprise

Beauty for All

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We’re looking forward to living in the future that businesses like FLök by Bekim and L’Oréal are creating today—a place where companies are excited to welcome everyone and celebrate the beauty in everything that makes us unique.

Beauty for All

Fashion Forward

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Alivia, the social impact clothing company of Jovana and Brandon Mullins, believes the only label on a person should be attached to a fabulous garment.

The people she met—and the art they created—blew her mind.

Fashion Forward

Including is easy. Here’s how:

Click below to learn how you, your school and your business can include and empower people with disabilities.

Celebrity Influencers

Meet the people using the limelight to put a spotlight on inclusion.

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of people don't know how to interact with someone with a disability.

That’s too bad. They're missing out.

FOMO: Fear of Missing Out

7 Reasons Why You Should Have FOMO If You’re Not Including People With Special Needs In Your Life.

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People

Love

We Include is proud to showcase the beauty of diversity. Check out our lookbook of individuals with disabilities living their best lives and submit yourself or your loved one, too.

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