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Who has joined My Vote My Voice

Real change is achieved together; so we want as many organisations and groups to join our campaign and sign the My Vote My Voice charter.

We’re a coalition of organisations, groups and self-advocates who want equal voting access. Together we’re making My Vote My Voice happen.

To do this, we’ve signed the My Vote My Voice charter.

Will you join us?

The My Vote My Voice Charter

We will encourage people with learning disabilities and autistic people to use their vote.  

We will do this by:  

Sign our Charter

Or email us today:

See who has signed up to My Vote My Voice in your area

My Vote My Voice supporters

Autism Together

Autism Together campaign on behalf of all individuals affected by autism, we encourage all our supporters to get involved with fundraising and volunteering with us and offer comprehensive training and job development to our employees.
Autism Together website


Include “provide community projects, training and consultancy combining music, creativity and fun – to teach people better ways of including and involving people with understanding or speaking difficulties.”
Include website

Shared Lives South West

The most important people in Shared Lives South West are the 500 plus people who use our services and who are supported by more than 300 amazing Shared Lives Carers.
Shared Lives SW website

ARC England

Association for Real Change campaigns and influences policy in health and social care for people living with physical and learning disabilities.
ARC England website

Active Prospects

Active Prospects is a charitable organisation enabling over 300 people with learning disabilities, physical and mental health needs, and autistic people each year to live full and aspiring lives.
Active Prospects website

The Proactive Community

Pro-Active Community became a registered charity in 2020, representing people with learning disabilities, autism, and acquired brain injury in Sussex and Surrey. The group are all people with lived experience of these various conditions.
Proactive Community website

Wigan and Leigh People First

Wigan & Leigh People First is a user led self advocacy charity for people with Learning Disabilities.
WLPF website

Stay Up Late

Stay Up Late campaigns for greater opportunities and supports for autistic people and people with learning disabilities to lead active social lives.
Stay Up Late website


KeyRing delivers flexible support that helps you smash barriers to independence.
KeyRing website

Choice Support

Choice Support is a national charity, formed in 1984, supporting autistic people, and people with learning disabilities or mental health needs.
Choice Support website


Hft are national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities, across England and Wales, to live as independent lives as possible.
Hft website

Leonard Cheshire

Leonard Cheshire are a nationwide charity which provides support to people with disabilities to live, learn and work as independently as they choose whatever their ability.
Leonard Cheshire website


The Voluntary Organisations Disabilities Group is a membership body representing organisations within the voluntary sector who work alongside disabled people.
VODG webite

Together Trust

Together Trust are a charity based in Cheadle, Greater Manchester, who deliver individual care, support and education services across the North West
Together Trust website


Autistica is a charity which funds and campaigns for research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop evidence-based supports for autistic people.
Autistica website

National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society is a national charity for autistic people and their families, providing clinic, educational, and advocacy services.
National Autistic Society website


The Royal National Institute for the Blind is a national charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people in the UK with sight loss.
RNIB website

Aldingbourne Trust

Aldingbourne Trust Trust supports people with learning disabilities and autism to live independent lives across Sussex & in Portsmouth.
Aldingbourne Trust Trust website


SeeAbility is a national charity that provides support and campaigns for better eye care for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss.
SeeAbility website

John Dewey Specialist College

The John Dewey Specialist College is an independent special education provider based in Haringey, London, supporting young people to build independent life skills.
John Dewey Specialist College website


PSS is a nationwide social enterprise supporting adults with physical and learning disabilities in a variety of settings and needs.
PSS website


Macintyre provides learning, support and care services for more than 1,200 children, young people and adults who have a learning disability and or are autistic at locations across England and Wales.
Macintyre website


Certitude provides personalised support across London to people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health support needs as well as their families and carers.
Certitude website

My Life My Choice

My Life My Choice is a self-advocacy organisation. Our vision is a world where people with learning disabilities are treated without prejudice and are able to have choice and control over their own lives.
My Life My Choice website


The Local Government Information Unit is a membership organisation for UK local authorities, as well as conducting research and campaigns about local democracy and community service.
LGiU website

The Politics Project

The Politics Project is an education and campaigning organisation working to help young people engage with public representatives and the broader political system.
The Politics Project website

Democracy Classroom

The Democracy Classroom platform is managed and curated by The Politics Project and is an online hub for schools, youth workers and practitioners to support young people to understand and engage in elections.
Democracy Classroom’s website


BATIAS was set up in 1992 to support people with learning disabilities through the closure of a long-stay hospital. The charity has since grown and offers different types of advocacy support.
The BATIAS website

The Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission is an independent organisation that regulates how elections are run and how political parties are financed across the UK.
The Electoral Commission’s website

Unlock Democracy

Unlock Democracy campaigns to promote a participatory democratic model in the UK and pushes for wider reform across the political spectrum with all political parties.
Unlock Democracy website

Learning Disability England

Learning Disability England is bringing people and organisations together to create a movement for change where people come together on an equal basis.
Learning Disability England

Avenues Group

Avenues is a community where people smile, laugh and grow – and achieve great things. We love to go the extra mile for people, building confidence and individuality so they enjoy fuller, happier lives.
Avenues Group

Papworth Trust

Papworth Trust is a leading disability charity that support thousands of people, their families and carers every year.
Papworth Trust

Autism Alliance

The Autism Alliance is a nationwide partnership of advocacy groups, charities, and self-advocates who support autistic people and their families.
Autism Alliance website

Halton Speak Out

Halton Speak Out is a Registered Charity which operates a range of projects designed to help people of all ages from young children in schools, adults and older people in our community.
Halton Speak Out website

Learning Disability Wales

Learning Disability Wales is a national charity representing the learning disability sector in Wales. We want Wales to be the best country in the world for people with a learning disability to live, learn and work.
Learning Disability Wales website

Community Integrated Care

Community Integrated Care is one of the UK’s largest health and social care charities. We work in the community, enriching the lives of people with many different care needs. It’s exciting and rewarding work, and we’re full of passion for what we do.
Community Integrated Care website

New Prospects

We are New Prospects and we’ve been supporting people with a learning disability in the North East of England for over 25 years. We support people to live the lives they choose, whether they need support 24 hours a day or just a few hours a week.
New Prospects website


Today, we are here to support the people in our communities who may need us. We work tirelessly to ensure the voices of vulnerable people are heard. Now, we want a future where abilities are celebrated, regardless of a persons’ social or health care needs. Thanks for being part of the journey.
Summit website

The Kent Autistic Trust

We are a well-respected specialist provider of services for autistic young people and adults and have a passion for people on the spectrum. We pride ourselves in achieving Care Quality Commission ratings of OUTSTANDING on several of our services, with the remaining services GOOD and have been providing services for individuals and their families since 1989.
The Kent Autistic Trust website

The Warren Youth Project

Established in 1983, The Warren Youth Project provides vital support services to young people in Hull. The Warren values its relationships with young people – we know that they are incredibly resourceful and, with support, can ultimately be trusted to know best about their own lives.
The Warren Youth Project website

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK is a nationwide, pan-disability organisation campaigning for better rights, accessibility, benefits, quality of life and economic opportunities for disabled people.
About Disability Rights UK

Cardiff Council

Cardiff Council is the governing body for the city and county of Cardiff in Wales.
About Cardiff Council

Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council is the governing body for the city of Leeds in West Yorkshire.
About Leeds Council

South Oxfordshire District Council

South Oxfordshire District Council is one of the five district councils in Oxfordshire, England.
About South Oxfordshire District Council

Vale of White Horse District Council

Vale of White Horse District Council is one of the five district councils in Oxfordshire, England.
About Vale of White Horse District Council

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council is the governing body for Sandwell borough in West Yorkshire.
About Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council

West Berkshire Council

West Berkshire Council is the local authority of West Berkshire in Berkshire, England
About West Berkshire Council

Trafford Council

Trafford Council is the governing body for the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford in Greater Manchester, England.
About Trafford Council

Ambient Support

Ambient Support is a registered charity with nearly 30 years’ experience in providing care and support services for older people, people with a mental health need and people with a learning disability.
About Ambient Support

Achieve Together

Achieve Together is a national charity and support provider to people living with learning disabilities, autism, PMLD, deafness, hearing loss, and associated complex needs.
About Achieve Together

Shout Out UK

Shout Out UK is a youth network that builds and boosts political engagement by providing political literacy education and a platform for young people to share ideas and voice opinions.
Shoutout UK’s website

Your Voice Counts

Your Voice Counts is a charity based in Gateshead that supports people with learning disabilities, autistic people and people who are at risk of exclusion due to disability, illness or other challenges.
Your Voice Counts’ website

The Democracy Network

The Democracy Network is a network of advocates and organisations working on issues of power, democracy and voice across the UK.
The Democracy Network’s website

Nottingham Mencap

Nottingham Mencap is a self-funded, Nottinghamshire charity affiliated to Royal Mencap with its own constitution, accounts, and services.
Nottingham Mencap website

Advocacy Matters

Advocacy Matters aim to provide adults at risk with an independent advocate to ensure individuals are heard & their rights, concerns & needs are acted upon.
Advocacy Matters website


Options is a local organisation existing to support, empower and enable people with disabilities to live their lives to the full.
Options website

National Care Forum

NCF is the membership organisation for not-for-profit organisations in the care and support sector.
National Care Forum website

Toucan Diversity

Toucan Diversity Training is an award-winning, disabled people-led social enterprise based in Portsmouth. Our CPD-accredited training is designed and delivered by our team of accredited disabled trainers who will share their lived experience of a disability.
Toucan Diversity website


Bugfest is the UK’s leading entomological experience and entertainment provider. We can offer a great many ways to bring the world of natural history and exotic animals to you. With a wide variety of service options and packages, we have something for everyone.
Bugfest website

Inclusion North

Inclusion North exists to make inclusion a reality for all people with a learning disability, autistic people and their families. We raise awareness of the barriers to inclusion for people with a learning disability, autistic people and their families, and work to remove them.
Inclusion North website


Talkback strive to create an inclusive, professional setting. One that steers and challenges mainstream thinking when it comes to disability and autism. We work with people and many different groups to do this. Always with the sole purpose of making the lives of autistic individuals and those with a learning disability better. Because we believe they deserve it.
Talkback website

Pulp Friction

Pulp Friction aims to support our Members to develop their social, independence and work-readiness skills through individual development programmes designed with our Members to reflect each individual’s hopes, dreams and aspirations.
Pulp Friction website


Ngage is a not for profit company that works with those with a learning disability, in order to equip them to participate, connect, and take control of their own lives. The goal is to support people with learning disabilities to take control of their lives with a focus on developing connections and participating in their communities in a meaningful way.
Ngage website

Aurora Nexus

Aurora Nexus provides support to people with learning disabilities and/or autism in Bexley, Bromley, Lewisham and Southwark. We are committed to supporting people with learning disabilities and/or autism to maximise their independence.
Aurora Nexus website

Surrey People’s Group

The Surrey People’s Group is a Surrey wide network for people with a learning disability. At the group, people can talk about issues important to them and work together to make real change. People can say what they want to talk about and what is important to them.
Surrey People’s Group website

The Involvement Matters Team

The Involvement Matters Team (IMT) are East Sussex County Councils reference group for adults with a learning disability. They advocate on behalf of themselves and others.
The IMT website

Affinity Trust

Affinity Trust support people with learning disabilities, autism, mental ill-health, physical disabilities, and other complex needs to live great lives as independently as possible.
Affinity Trust website

The Association of Electoral Administrators

The Association of Electoral Administrators (AEA) is the world’s first organisation representing election professionals.
The AEA website

The Elfrida Society

Our mission is to support and work with people who have learning disabilities. Our aim is to provide services and support that help people with learning disabilities build connections, have happy and independent lives, and have fun.
The Elfrida Society website


PBS4 provides support to enable people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour to have independent lives and to live in their own home. We were founded in 2014 by Jonathan Beebee with support from the School for Social Entrepreneurs.
PBS4 website

Access and Inclusion UK

We help organisations to be accessible, inclusive and exceptional. People are at the heart of everything we do because people make change happen. Working in partnership, we enable people to create places, services and experiences which are accessible and inclusive for all.
Access and Inclusion UK website

Democracy Club

Before Democracy Club, election information was limited and hard to find. Our digital tools make election information more accessible, user-friendly, and readily available online, enhancing the democratic process and boosting voter engagement.
Democracy Club website

Volunteering Matters

We partner with communities to overcome adversity, tackling social isolation and loneliness, improving health, developing skills and opportunity and making sure young people can lead change. And because we’re a national charity, we do this at scale, sharing our expertise and building partnerships to make an even bigger impact.
Volunteering Matters website
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