Over the years, the LGBTQ2S+ community has developed its own terminology, and with it, clearer vocabulary on how to refer to individuals and groups in the third person.
Ensuring that your web form is accessible to all users is critical in making the most impact with your services and philanthropic work. In this blog, we’re presenting the must-have fundamentals of creating an accessible web form. You can download the PDF version here.
In our last blog, we dove into the subject of equal access for grantees with disabilities. We discussed how important it is for grantmaking organizations to ensure their websites and online application process is accessible to anyone, regardless of their disability, to be able to review the eligibility requirements/criteria and complete all the necessary steps to apply.
Article 9 of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs outlines the rights of persons with disabilities to live independently and have access to, “...information and communications technologies and systems, and to other facilities and services open or provided to the public…” This includes access to information on the internet.
For their latest report, the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP), asked nonprofit CEOs what aspects of diversity are relevant to their organization’s goals. Of those who responded (hover for stats)