Improving the quality of life and inclusion of people with a disability and their families.
Housing, employment, accessibility and other aspects: there remains a great deal to do to give people with a disability their rightful place in society. The King Baudouin Foundation strives for greater equality and fights the negative representations associated with being disabled in society.
- we support grassroots initiatives that help those with a disability to participate fully in society, to improve their quality of life and that of those close to them
- we raise awareness and inform people about issues related to disability (respite breaks for the family, employment, the siblings of children and young people with a disability etc.)
- and we conduct advocacy among government bodies and citizens to attract their attention to the realities and needs of people with a disability and their families.
Entrevues, Chiens guides et mobilité
Monitoring future guide dog development and creating a bond between foster families and trainers, whilst respecting privacy, thanks to the Guide Blog internal web platform.
Freunde des Marienheims
Buy/fit out a van for 4 wheelchairs for the elderly/disabled to take them to their appointments and transport guests to lunch
Adapting the ground floor of the Résidence Lambertus to the needs of the disabled people who will soon be accommodated there and who require assistance
Fund Francky Anciaux
Supporting scientific research and helping disadvantaged people in Belgium and around the world, with a special focus on the visually impaired.
Leefboerderij De Kanteling (Funds Friends of)
Philanthropists support Leefboerderij De Kanteling, which provides meaningful day care for (young) adults, prioritising those with intellectual disabilities and/or autism
Constellations (Friends of Fund)
Philanthropists support projects of the asbl Constellations around the living environment, services and activities for people with mental disabilities, regardless of their income…