The Hardest Hit protest march is being organised and/or supported by….

· Come along on the 11th May and bring your family and friends!  We hope for at least 10,000 people on the march.

· Visit the Hardest Hit website for more information:  

·  Register via the UK Disabled People’s Council (UKDPC) website to let us know that you’re coming and what access needs you have: . Please do this as soon as possible.

· If you’re planning to lobby your MP, write to request a meeting. You’re much more likely to get to see them if you do.

· If you want to come to the rally, book a place. Space is limited – sign up on the UKDPC website.

Action Duchenne
Action for Blind People
Action for M.E.
Age UK
Alliance for Inclusive Education
Arthritis Care
Breast Cancer Care
Broken of Britain
Carer Watch
Carers UK
Changing Perspectives
Child Poverty Action Group
Citizens Advice
Clic Sargent
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Deafblind UK
Disability Alliance
Disability Awareness in Action
Disability Wales

Elizabeth FitzRoy Support
Epilepsy Society
Every Disabled Child Matters
Guide Dogs
Haemophilia Society
Hammersmith and Fulham Against Care Cuts
Hampshire CIL
Inclusion Scotland
LASA
Leaning Disability Coalition
Leonard Cheshire Disability
Macmillan Cancer Support
Mencap
Meningitis Research Foundation
Mind
Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association
MS Society
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
NCIL
National AIDS Trust
National Autistic Society (NAS)
National Deaf Children’s Society
Norfolk Coalition of Disabled People
Parkinson’s UK
People First Ltd
Rethink
Royal Association for Disability Rights (RADAR)
Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
RSI Action
Scope
Sense
Skill
Spinal Injuries Association
Sue Ryder
Transport for All
TUC
United Response
Vitalise
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