Join accessiBe’s Nonprofit  Partnership Program

Disability-focused nonprofits partner with accessiBe to further educate the world about the communities they serve and to bring about more exposure to their impactful activities. Join our community of mission and vision-driven organizations today.
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Proud to partner with disability leaders and change-makers

How do we collaborate

Every partnership  is tailor-made

With different offerings and services, let’s find ways to achieve our missions, together!

  • Marketing & PR

    Tell your story to a wider audience

    The accessiBe team is comprised of advocates with disabilities, marketing specialists, and a studio design team. We work with your organization to get your story and great work out to the masses.

  • Web Accessibility

    Open your website to the world

    accessiBe’s commitment to inclusion-focused nonprofits is to provide our automatic solution free of charge and a significant discount on our services to ensure your website is open to all.

  • Sponsorship

    Focus on your mission

    Looking to scale your organization? Fundraise for a cause? Give back to your community? Collaborate with accessiBe, we would love to help!

We’re better together

Changing the world together  with nonprofit organizations

We’re proud to work with a wide variety of disability-focused Nonprofits, changemakers, and advocates across different ecosystems in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion space.
We’re here to help

accessiBe’s NonprofitPartners  are Unique

No two partnerships are the same, let’s work together and see how everybody wins in making the world more inclusive!
Meet our team

We are people  with disabilities, community leaders and change-makers

With a range of professional and life experiences, our nonprofit partnership managers are positioned to provide value to your organization
  • "It takes awareness and advocates to bridge the accessibility gap. Together, working alongside accessiBe, we at the Viscardi Center are educating, employing, and empowering the world to become more accessible. Please join our ranks with other nonprofits, and advocate with us, to transform millions of websites that remain inaccessible."

    Mike Capara, CIOViscardi Center
  • "Partnering with accessiBe means lending the unique voices of More Than Walking's spinal cord injured beneficiaries and volunteers to a broader disability community effort to make the internet and the world more accessible. A desire to collaborate with and implement feedback from people with disabilities is absolutely necessary for any technology company, and accessiBe is doing that and more."

    Jonathan Sigworth, CEOMore Than Walking
  • "Here at Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, we believe that website inaccessibility should not be the norm. Collaborating with accessiBe and other nonprofits to bring awareness to web accessibility and emphasizing why it matters for people with disabilities is making a difference. Nonprofits coming together can change the world!"

    Tony Cancelosi, President and CEOColumbia Lighthouse for the Blind
  • "Thanks to one of our amazing supporters, Sheldon Lewis, the Habilitas website is now accessible for the first time to people with and without disabilities. accessiBe made our website accessible for free as they believe in helping philanthropic organizations as part of their mission. We are very grateful because creating an accessible site has always been cost-prohibitive."

    Glenn Massad, Director of PresenceHabilitas
  • "We are proud to be a Nonprofit Partner of accessiBe and to collaborate together to bridge that web accessibility gap. Educating the world about web accessibility and usability improves opportunities for our paralysis community and the larger disability community. We love working alongside accessiBe and proactively advocating for a better more inclusive future."

    Tiffany Carlson, Executive DirectorDetermined2Heal
  • "Advocating for a more accessible future on the Internet leads to more opportunities for persons with disabilities. BAC is committed to building communities to support people of all abilities in a meaningful way. Working alongside accessiBe increases our collective reach to educate and improve the quality of life for both workers and people with disabilities."

    Keri Goff, Community RelationsBAC
Spotlight Sessions Series

Educational  conversations with disability  change-markers

Our guests are united by the mission for a more inclusive world. We are proud to amplify their voices, educate wider society about the disability community and create lasting change.

Episodes are available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube and are getting our partners a lot of much-deserved exposure.

Let’s bring the work you do to the spotlight!

Together with the community

Meet our awesome  disability-focused partner  organizations

Looking to partner up with us as well? We'd love to hear from you!

  • 3IHome

    3i Housing of Maine is a non-profit organization creating Independent community-based living options for adults with disabilities through Innovative affordable housing and Integrated support services. The organization’s pilot project will design and build the first of its kind residential community focused on adults with physical disabilities who wish to live independently.

  • Orbis

    We are an international non-profit that brings people together to fight avoidable blindness. With our network of partners, we mentor, train, and inspire local teams to fight blindness in their communities. We believe that no one should live a life of unnecessary blindness, simply because of where they were born.

  • Volunteer Sudbury

    Volunteer Sudbury/Bénévolat Sudbury helps connect community members and organizations with volunteering opportunities. We serve a diverse local population of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and a range of abilities. Our organization promotes the benefits of volunteerism through awareness and education, and our work centers around promoting and facilitating meaningful volunteer experiences in our community."

  • National Ability Center

    The National Ability Center provides adaptive recreation and outdoor adventures for individuals and families with disabilities, physical, cognitive, and developmental, including competitive athletes, youth, veterans, and more. Rooted in Park City, UT, USA for over 30 years, the National Ability Center empowers participants by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through inclusive programming and activities.

  • Castle Rocks Senior Center

    Castle Rock Senior Activity Center provides social, recreational, and healthful programs, activities, and events for active senior adults and their communities. CRSAC fosters social connection and vibrant aging as lives are enriched while connecting, serving, growing, and learning as they live and love life in their second half.

  • Outdoors for All

    The Outdoors for All Foundation transforms lives through outdoor recreation. Founded in 1979 in the Pacific Northwest, Outdoors for All is a national leader in delivering adaptive and therapeutic recreation for children and adults with disabilities. Outdoors for All enriches the lives of individuals with disabilities and families and helps them to get out and enjoy the great outdoors.

  • Meaction

    #MEAction is an international network of patients fighting for health equality for myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) by building a global community and mobilizing patients, families, and allies. We were founded with the belief that while we may find it difficult to advocate for ourselves in the physical world, by making our activism accessible, we can be an unstoppable force.

  • Canine Therapy Corpos

    Canine Therapy Corps, Inc. empowers and motivates individuals to improve their physical and psychological health and well being by harnessing the human-animal bond; provides goal-directed, interactive animal-assisted therapy services free of charge using volunteers and certified therapy dogs. Since 1991, Canine Therapy Corps’ is working with health care, education, and social services professionals and helping people recover from physical and emotional trauma. Programs are goal-directed and interactive, so working with a Canine Therapy Corps dog is an important part of recovery.

  • Habilitas

    Habilitas is a Montreal-based foundation that dreams of a world where physical disabilities are no longer disabling. The foundation raises funds for a wide array of service providers in order to ensure that people with physical disabilities receive the best rehabilitation possible. Maximizing quality of life and helping people realize their full potential is what Habilitas strives for.

  • PathPoint

    PathPoint supports people in living the life they choose. We partner with people with disabilities and people with mental health diagnoses to pursue their hopes and dreams through strengthening workplace abilities, building life skills, and developing meaningful relationships. Annually, we support 2,600+ individuals in Central and Southern California.

  • Center For Independence

    The Center for Independence works to promote community solutions and to empower individuals with disabilities to live independently across 12 western Colorado counties. CFI offers a variety of programs, services, advocacy, training and transitions for any individual with a disability, whether they are newly disabled because of aging, accident, illness, or experience a life-long disability.

  • Possible With Music

    At Rehabilitative Rhythms, our mission is to expand public access to innovative music-making and music therapy services. Our services include individual music therapy, community groups, social groups, the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale and our Adaptive Music Lab.

  • Imagine

    Imagine! provides services designed to incorporate people with developmental, cognitive, and physical challenges into the fabric of their communities. Services include educational and therapeutic services, job training and placement, recreation and leisure activities, opportunities for community living, behavioral health services, technology solutions, and community living, behavioral health services, technology solutions, and support for families. Imagine! serves the Colorado counties of Boulder and Broomfield.

  • Paws NY

    The mission of PAWS NY is to help New York City residents who are most at risk of losing their pets due to physical and financial obstacles, with particular emphasis on low-income seniors and individuals living with illness or disability. Our programs and volunteers provide support such as volunteer dog walking and cat care, a Pet Pantry, Veterinary Care, and Foster & Emergency Services. PAWS NY helps keep pets in their homes while protecting and promoting the human-animal bond that is so physically and psychologically valuable to our clients. Thus, our motto: helping people by helping pets.

  • New Horizons

    New Horizons is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with special needs reach their potential and fulfill their dreams. Founded with special needs reach their potential and fulfill their dreams. Founded in 1954 by eight parents whose children had special needs, the agency has evolved to provide services and support each year to more than 1,200 individuals (age 16 and older) and social/recreational services to nearly 3,000 individuals from throughout the greater San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys of Los Angeles. We focus on housing, employment, and community integration to foster inclusion, independence, and self-determination for those living with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

  • Challenged Sailors

    Challenged Sailors San Diego provides therapeutic and recreational adaptive sailing opportunities for people with disabilities to enhance their dignity, well-being, and independence.

  • Dale Rogers Training Center

    DRTC is a disability-inclusive nonprofit agency, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that trains, serves, or employs approximately 1,000 people with disabilities annually. The agency helps people reach their employment goals and, in so doing, become the heroes of their own lives. DRTC is an entrepreneurial agency that operates awards, picture framing, promotional items, and screen printing divisions. In addition, DRTC also employs essential workers through its federal contracts offering custodial and food services.

  • The Viscardi Center

    Our mission is to educate, employ, and empower youth, adults, and veterans with disabilities or similar needs, so we can all discover the love of learning, the power of work, the freedom of independent living, and the self-confidence to fulfill our dreams.

  • 4WheelCity

    Wheel City is a disability activist hip-hip group and organization started by Name “Tapwaterz” Norris and Ricardo “Rickfire” Velasquez, two talented paraplegic hip-hop artists. Their mission is to use music to create more opportunities for the disabled and inspire people not to give up on life. In addition, show the world that people with disabilities can still have talents, dreams, and deserve to be treated equally.

  • EasterSeals New Jersey

    Easterseals is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission to enrich the lives of people living with disabilities and a special mission to enrich the lives of people living with disabilities and special needs, and those who care about them, by providing opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities. For over a century, ENJ has learned, work, and play in their communities. For over a century, ENJ has offered a variety of disability services to help people with various special needs address life’s challenges. We believe everyone, no matter their circumstance or level of ability, deserves the opportunity to increase their independence and achieve their goals.

  • United Cerebral Palsy

    By using evidence-based practices, UCP programs and services help clients, and their families to live a life with increased independence, productivity, and self-confidence. Fifty-four percent of UCP clients are low or no income. Because of UCP, clients of all ages, and all income levels, have the opportunity to learn new skills. Many of our clients feel more connected to the community, have increased confidence, and experience more independence because of UCP programs and services.


    CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions is a social service nonprofit serving Central Indiana. Since 1974, we've empowered older adults and people of any age with a disability to live comfortably and safely at home and out of institutional care. Although “aging” is in our name, CICOA also serves people of all ages, including many children who are unable to live independently because of a medical disability.

  • Brevard Achievement Center

    The mission of the Brevard Achievement Center (BAC) is to provide persons with disabilities innovative services and opportunities to achieve personal success. We are dedicated to building communities that support members of all abilities in finding meaningful purpose and reaching their highest potential in life while providing unique employment opportunities. We actively embrace our own development, and encourage it in those around us, to better support and propel the expansion of our mission impact.

  • Autism Housing Network

    The Autism Housing Network (AHN), a project of the Madison House Autism Foundation, brings together the best ideas concerning housing for individuals with autism and other neurodiversity. This online, national hub of vital information helps individuals and families navigate the complex housing and support services landscape and provides support to project starters looking to build local solutions. The AHN strives to inspire, empower and provide technical assistance for the development of housing projects that respond to the national housing and support crisis.

  • Madison House Autism

    Madison House Autism Foundation (MHAF) was established in 2007 to promote, model, and advocate for the full inclusion of adults with autism and their families in the life of our communities. We work to expand choice and opportunity in housing, employment, and social participation. When students with autism or intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) graduate high school (or reach the age of 21), they lose access to a safe and structured environment and to key services that have supported their learning and development. The current lack of supportive housing and adult services, employment opportunities, and community engagement often leads to isolation, poor health, and loss of skills, leading to displacement or homelessness when aging parents are no longer able to provide adequate care. According to a recent CDC study, it is estimated that 2.2% of adults are impacted by autism. MHAF brings awareness to this growing crisis, incubates projects that respond to it, and empowers partners to create local community-based solutions that offer autistic adults a path towards greater independence, choice and opportunity, and life fulfillment.

  • Australian Disability

    Australian Disability is a charitable organization dedicated to fairness, dignity, and equality for people with disabilities to enable their full participation in our Australian society.

  • RevAUlusion

    RevAUlusion is a new nonprofit organization. with big dreams! We dream of one day building a neurodiverse campus where adults, children, and their families/caretakers can find all their needs in one place. All of our families/caretakers can find all their needs in one place. All of our programs, services, programs, and projects are being designed to be client-led! For far too long individuals with intellectual and developmental challenges are told what they want, what they need, and how to act. RevAUlusion believes each individual client should be in charge of what they want and need, not told. WE WANT TO DO OUR BEST, SO THEY CAN BE THEIR BEST!!

  • Outdoor Mindset

    Outdoor Mindset is an outdoor-focused community for people affected by neurological challenges. WE BELIEVE in the positive power of the outdoors and community. WE STRIVE to enhance the quality of life for people affected by neurological challenges. WE ENVISION a global Outdoor Mindset Community positively impacted by the outdoors.

  • Facing Light

    Facing Light Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation established to create photographic exhibits on medical-related issues to educate, move and inspire. Facing Light’s exhibits travel to galleries and medical facilities nationwide using art to educate. Our first project, Facing Chemo has been exhibited throughout the US and Europe and has been published in magazines and newspapers all over the world. We are currently working on a project photographing Adaptive Athletes.

  • Champion Autism Network

    Champion Autism Network (CAN) educates and empowers communities, businesses, and organizations to promote autism awareness and create supportive and judgment-free experiences for people living with autism. Too many families with autism miss out on traditional and fun experiences due to a lack of public understanding and the scarcity of simple, supportive accommodations. Together with our growing network of families and supportive businesses and organizations, we are moving toward our vision of a world where all people living with autism CAN live, work, and play without judgment, guilt, or worry.

  • Soul Clinic of Kentucky

    A non-profit organization of people in reinvention helping others reinvents themselves from chronic homelessness, unemployment, emotional & mental illness, and re-entry.

  • Special Kneads and Treats

    The core mission of Special Kneads and Treats, Inc, a 501c3 nonprofit, is to share the love of Christ as we try and ensure that any child in our surrounding community that has a birthday and their family cannot afford to purchase a birthday cake can receive one FREE from us through the various agencies that work with those less fortunate. The nonprofit business model is to provide special needs adults with a safe and rewarding environment where they can learn skills and receive a sense of pride and empowerment. The vision is to establish a distribution point and to have small storefronts around the surrounding communities where the higher functioning special needs can experience the opportunities of a retail-like storefront from the heart of their respective cities. This approach will bring more awareness to this wonderful and willing sector of the potential workforce and allow for closer proximity to our partners that serve those less fortunate.

  • Region V Services

    The goal of The Region V Foundation is to support Region V Services and to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities in southeast Nebraska. We strive for a community where those who experience disabilities are included. By providing tools and resources, we educate the public and connect members of the community.

  • My Noble Life

    Noble was founded in 1953 by families who wanted to provide for their children with disabilities what society would not: an education. From those early years, our services & therapies have evolved to meet the changing needs of our Central and Eastern Indiana community. Today we help 3000+ children and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities—like Down syndrome and autism—live their best lives by participating fully in the community we share. Through partnerships with hundreds of businesses, organizations, and stakeholders, we envision a world in which children and adults of all abilities live out their dreams in a community that embraces their contributions.

  • Kids Only

    A subsidiary of Noble, Inc., Kids Only provides Early Intervention therapies through Indiana First Steps. This program was designed to meet the needs of Indiana First Steps. This program was designed to meet the needs of infants and toddlers up to age three who have a diagnosed developmental disability or who are experiencing a developmental delay. Services are provided to eligible children regardless of family income. At Kids Only, we know you are your child's first and most important teacher We are here to support you in helping your licensed and board-certified therapists offer physical, speech, child learn and grow. Our team of occupational and developmental therapies in your home or child's daycare.

  • Eitan Everybody Can

    "EITAN! Everybody Can" is an NGO that empowers over 400 children and teenagers with special needs, most of them on the autistic spectrum, to achieve goals and have experiences that they could never have previously believed possible through a combination of fun and rigorous physical fitness training, coupled with a life-skills building

  • VACA

    VACA serves the elderly community and incapacitated adults through our Supported Decision Making and Volunteer Guardianship programs. We are dedicated to improving the lives of our clients by helping them make decisions surrounding their legal, financial, and healthcare needs.

  • Dementia Friends Indiana

    Dementia Friends Indiana seeks to advance education and awareness of dementia, reduce the stigma associated with the disease, and create welcoming environments for those living with dementia. We are creating a community of Dementia Friends who want to make a positive difference by learning about dementia, understanding and appreciating the perspective of someone living with dementia, and having the knowledge they need to better communicate and interact with those living with the disease and their family caregivers. Even small changes can help support people living with dementia to remain included, accepted and connected with their community.'

  • Eversight

    Eversight is a nonprofit organization with a mission to restore sight and prevent blindness through the healing power of donation, transplantation, and research. The Eversight network is responsible for recovering, evaluating, and providing human eye tissue for transplantation; supporting research into the causes and cures of blinding eye conditions; promoting donation awareness through public and professional education, and providing humanitarian aid to people around the world in need of corneal transplantation. Operating in Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, and South Korea, Eversight works in collaboration with surgeons, researchers, academic medical centers, and eye banks across the United States and abroad.

  • Bloom Consulting

    Based out of Round Rock, Texas, we are a full-service vocational rehabilitation firm that utilizes age-appropriate, peer-reviewed methodology to evaluate, plan, and facilitate the most meaningfully independent life possible for a person with a disability. We provide comprehensive vocational services including testing, training, and counseling. We also offer a wraparound college support program that is designed for students with disabilities/neurodiversity as they attend the post-secondary institution of their choice. These services can be paid for via VR funding or private payment. Out of our Houston office, we provide supported living and community activities through our HCS and privately funded independent living program. Our vision for all of our services is to empower people with disabilities to achieve meaningful employment.

  • Yes Disability Resource Centre

    YES Disability Resource Centre is a not-for-profit organization working to ensure young people with disabilities and learning differences are represented equitably in governance, planning, and employment. Our focus is to support, engage and empower youth with disabilities through a range of resources, networks, opportunities, and projects, aimed to support the young person’s transition journey, personal and professional development, and overall Hauora / well-being. YES is also the central access point of information, support, and innovation for all people living with a disability, their families, support people, health professionals, and organizations.

  • Deaf and Blind Africa

    About Deaf and Blind Africa. Deaf and Blind Africa is a registered non-profit organization that supports the technological advancement of deaf, blind, and deaf-blind people in Africa. We aim at providing a fighting chance for all people born with hearing or vision disabilities in a rapidly changing world that is becoming more and more technologically advanced. Vision We envision a future where every Deaf and/or Blind person in Africa has access to a current smartphone and can enjoy the benefits that come with the technology.

  • True Friends

    True Friends is a nonprofit organization providing life-changing experiences that enhance independence and self-esteem for children and adults with disabilities. True Friends’ programs include camp, respite, horse therapy, retreats, travel, and team building; serving over 25,000 individuals annually. True Friends serves individuals in Minnesota and throughout the United States.

  • I Know Autism

    I Know Autism's mission is to inspire and help people with disabilities, mental health challenges, diseases, their families, caregivers, and friends, by giving memorable, motivational, and educational presentations at schools, hospitals, conferences, and so on!!


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