What is the Fair4All Card?

What is the Fair4All Card? The Fair4All Card is a secure photo card only for disabled people. It has your name and photo, amongst other things, to prove that it is being used by the right person. BuDS issues the Fair4All Card only to disabled people, who are legally entitled to reasonable adjustments under the Equality […]

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Fair4All Card

Read more about this important support service

Card Partners

This page is our main hub of information for Fair4All Card Partners, including a link to register interest in joining us.

Apply for a Fair4All Card

On this page you can either apply for a Fair4All Card or, if you would prefer a bit more help, you can register your interest and we will help you through the process.

Feedback

On this page you can send us feedback and also see testimonials from our existing Fair4All Card holders.

Our latest news

Read how the BuDS Fair4All Card has helped disabled people more-easily access services and facilities during the Covid-19 pandemic, and read about how we we are expanding our list of supporting partners.

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Janneke’s Role

My name is Janneke, I am the HR & Projects Manager here at BuDS, this is my first blog for the Fair4All Card scheme and I would like to take you through what I do on this project in particular.   When I first started looking after this project as the manager I wasn’t sure of […]

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Working with Chronic Illnesses

Freya talks about working with chronic illnesses As a charity run by disabled people, for disabled people, BuDS works hard to provide reasonable adjustments for people working. This includes flexible work hours and working from home. Freya talks about her experiences running the Fair4All Card Scheme while living with chronic illnesses.

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Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2022

Happy neurodiversity celebration week! This week encourages people to challenge stereotypes and celebrate our neurodiversity.  Cary talks about how their neurodivergence has helped them with creating and running the Fair4All Card Scheme.