Here you will find a list of useful charities 

Made By Dyslexia 

Our purpose
We’re a global dyslexia charity, led by successful dyslexics. We’ve built the world’s largest community of dyslexic people and our allies. Our purpose is to help the world to understand the value of Dyslexic Thinking.

We believe in the game-changing power of Dyslexic Thinking. After all, everything from the lightbulb to the iPhone, the plane to the car, was invented by Dyslexic Thinking. And our skills are vital in shaping the future too.

Our mission
Our mission is to train every school and workplace in the world to empower Dyslexic Thinking with free training. Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we aim to achieve this by 2030.

Our award-winning campaigns, inspirational events, and game-changing partnerships have redefined dyslexia. In 2022 this resulted in Dyslexic Thinking being added as a skill on LinkedIn and as a noun in the dictionary.

British Dyslexia Association 

The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) is the voice of dyslexic people. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. 


We are the National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen) – a charitable membership organisation that exists to support and champion those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences. 


IPSEA, the leading charity in the field of SEND law in England. We’re here to help you navigate the SEND system and secure the education your child is legally entitled to – find out how we can support you. 

Dyslexia Foundation

The organisation was set up in 1999 to support Dyslexic people, focusing on those who needed practical support and information in an accessible format.
Our charity work has a portfolio range of assisting adults with Dyslexia across the North West. Dyslexia Foundation has charity status which means we are in a specialist position to offer support to people with Dyslexia.

Kids - Disable Children Say We Can

Every child should have an equal opportunity to play, learn, grow and thrive. Your support can help make that a reality.