As a not-for-profit organisation, The Accessible Guide is registered in the United Kingdom as a Community Interest Company. Our company was founded and is managed by disabled people, and our objective is to use digital technology to create genuine opportunities for inclusion whilst reducing the barriers that force exclusion.

The development of our platform was funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, and like all organisations, funding plays an integral role in enabling us to deliver our services.

Our plans for the future are to develop a smartphone/tablet application that can revolutionise the information we are able to provide and further reducing the barriers to inclusion.

If any individuals or organisations would like to support The Accessible Guide, there are several ways that you can do this and help us raise funds to support the work we do.


The easiest way to support our work is to make a donation. We work to help support disabled people access goods and services. By making a donation to The Accessible Guide you will help support the work we do and help us have a positive impact on the lives  fo disabled people.

Dontate by Post

To make a donation, simply send a cheque made payable to The Accessible Guide to our office address at 72 Storrington Avenue, Liverpool, L11 9AT.

Bank Transfer

For details on how to make a bank transfer, please contact us at [email protected].


There are many different activities and events that people can participate in to raise funds for The Accessible Guide.  Our favourite fundraising activity is the Liverpool Santa Dash, that takes place each December. We have been represented at the Santa Dash almost every year since the Compay was founded in 2016.

There are lots of other similar events and activities that take place throughout the calendar year where you can get sponsored and raise funds for The Accessible Guide. If this is something you may be interested in then please get in touch.


The Accessible Guide showcases businesses and their access provisions, using factual information that allows users to search for businesses and venues that meet their individual access requirements. All donations will help us provide our services and increase our reach, which will help us support more disabled people across the United Kingdom.

If you have any ideas on how you would like to raise funds for The Accessible Guide, then please get in touch. Your support is always greatly appreciated.

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