Join as a member


  • Are you a person living, working or studying in the West London area?
  • Do you want to improve disabled people’s lives?

If so, then why don’t you become a member of Action on Disability? Membership is free for life.

Join us now and make a big difference!

What are the benefits of becoming an AoD member?

  • By becoming a member, you will strengthen AoD, helping us to empower disabled people and break down the barriers that disabled people face
  • You will be able to help shape our current services and the services we might run in the future
  • You will be able to take part in our campaigns and influence the messages we want decision makers and service providers to hear about the issues facing disabled people
  • You will have the opportunity to take part in the co-production of local services, surveys and consultations that affect disabled people
  • You will receive a regular e-newsletter keeping you up to date regarding AoD’s latest work
  • You will be invited to attend AoD’s events
  • You will have the chance to meet other people who support AoD’s aims and values
  • You will be able to vote at the AGM and stand for election as a Trustee of AoD (NB The Board of Trustees must be made up of at least 75% disabled people)
  • You will be the first to hear about job and volunteer opportunities at AoD
  • You are welcome to contact the Chair or CEO or visit the office at any time


There are two types of AoD membership:

Full Membership:            This is available to any disabled member

Associate Membership: This is available to any non-disabled person


All the benefits of AoD membership are available to both full and associate members but the Board of Trustees must comprise at least 75% disabled people. All full and associate members must live, study or work in the West London boroughs and be aged over 16. (The West London boroughs are Hammersmith & Fulham, Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster).

Members Application Form

Please support us by making a donation

Action on Disability relies heavily on the generosity of its members, volunteers and supporters to carry out its work. We use the money we receive to work with, empower, and represent disabled people.



As COVID-19 continues to affect all our lives, we want to let you know that during this lockdown, Action on Disability will remain fully operational.

The health and safety of our service users, employees, volunteers and suppliers remains our highest priority while we continue to provide you with the support you need from us: Welfare Benefits, Direct Payments, Youth and/or Employment.

It continues to be business as usual, although much of the team will be carrying out their roles from home where they can, in line with the Government guidelines.

You’ll still be able to contact us on the phone and online, we’ve also introduced virtual support so that we can organise online meetings and/or technical support via Zoom or other video chat platforms. Our phone system enables us to redirect your calls straight to our staff working from home. Please find all of the numbers listed below:


General Enquires: 020 7385 2098 

Welfare Benefits Adults : 0203 080 0382

Welfare Benefits Children: 0203 080 0381

Direct Payments Support: 078 2499 0072

Youth: 07557 273657

Employment: 07825 925969


Please continue to check our website and social media as we’ll keep you updated with our latest news. In the meantime, from our team to yours, please stay safe and we’re always here to help.

All the best,


AoD Senior Management Team