Led by the children we serve

Flamingo Chicks is known for its advocacy work, amplifying young disabled voices and pushing for inclusion at the highest levels through speeches, performances and movement, from Downing Street to the United Nations in New York. Our work is high impact with lasting social change.

Flamingo Chicks aims to combat inactivity and isolation among disabled children and help children and their families realise their full potential. We engage in high-profile campaigning with the aim of creating real social change and we strive to create and advocate for environments that foster participation, inclusion and community.
For example, our ‘Dad & Me’ campaign launched at the House of Commons got businesses to proactively support fathers of disabled children in the workplace. Companies including TSB and Avon Fire and Rescue Service signed up, resulting in thousands of Dads now benefiting from stigma-free flexible working solutions.
Flamingo Chicks’ Agents of Change, our youth leadership programme for disabled children, have spoken on the biggest platforms in the world: from the UN headquarters in New York to Number 10 Downing Street. Find out more about our Agents of Change or read our Dad and Me report by clicking on the links below.
Our Agents of Change speak at the House of Commons
A boy smiles at the camera holding to United Nations flags



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