We reach people who because of disability, rural isolation, vulnerability or cultural difference find it difficult to access or accept support. We have a dedicated helpline, a website, a Black and Minority Ethnic worker and a long-established Welfare Benefits Team. Low income and poverty is still the biggest difficulty disabled people face and the most common reason people contact Dial Doncaster initially.
We aim to provide an easily accessible information and advisory service for people who live in the Doncaster area. By providing this service we aim to raise the awareness of disability issues in order to influence change. We aim to empower and enable disabled people to live a more enriched and independent life. Dial Doncaster aims to continuously improve the quality of its existing services and to introduce new services to meet the needs of its client group. The organisation will endeavour to expand all aspects of its work and most importantly the knowledge and skills of its paid and unpaid staff through development and training.
Dial Doncaster aims to:
- To promote inclusion. We are particularly looking to continue our refugee and asylum seeker project using creativity and activity as a vehicle to promote social inclusion.
- To empower and enable. We would like to develop our helpline service so paid and unpaid staff can provide information using the latest technology available including the website and social media
Established: August 1983
Registered Charity Number: 1103621
Board members: 9
Full time staff: 10
Part time staff: 5
Phone number: 01302 327800
Address: Unit 9 DN2 5TBView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website