people with disabilities

The Target team believes in making joy accessible for every guest and team member, from the inclusive product designs across our assortment to the technology that powers our shopping experiences.

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our commitment to guests

We love creating joyful moments that all of our guests can enjoy. That means designing each experience in our stores and online to be easy to access and shop. Learn more about the steps we're taking to accomplish that goal.

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setting our team up for success

To truly live out our joyful purpose, we make sure our team members have what they need to feel connected and included. Target's Disability & Mental Health Business Council provides a supportive community for our team, along with resources aimed at eliminating barriers and stigma. Council members also play a critical advisory role, helping to ensure that our products, services and marketing reflect the communities we serve.

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Target CEO Brian Cornell recently joined hundreds of leaders in signing on to Disability:IN's CEO to CEO letter to advance disability inclusion. 

meet a few of our partners


Creative Growth
Our relationship with Oakland, California-based nonprofit Creative Growth goes way back. Their mission: to provide artists with disabilities invaluable resources like a professional studio environment for artistic development, gallery exhibitions and representation. Over the years, Target has featured some of those artists' work on our products and in stores, and we continue to sponsor the organization's annual Beyond Trend Runway Event + Fundraiser to help create even more opportunities.

National Organization on Disability (NOD)
As a member of NOD's Corporate Leadership Council, Target continues to learn and find new, innovative ways to eliminate barriers for our guests and team members with disabilities. We’ve also been recognized as a Leading Disability Employer on their Disability Employment Tracker.

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