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FLORIDA DISABILITY ACCESS AND AWARENESS FOUNDATION INC

  • 14 people are interested

Our nonprofit is working on a unique interactive/videogame project all about social issues and awareness and is likely the first project of its kind about a character in a wheelchair. Given that currently it's being developed by volunteers with no budget but passion for the cause, we feel we pushed it as far as we could without funding. We're looking for someone to research available grants and write up applications, understanding the non-traditional aspects of our projects. We use Grant Station premium grant researching platform. The media angle might be novel and unusual to grantors, but the underlying goal to push for visibility and inclusion is not. We just use different tools to get there.

Our entire team is working remotely and we are spread out across the US. We also understand, that with a volunteering position time is limited and hours are irregular and subject to change- that's why most of us interact online on their own schedule. We are looking for someone independent, motivated and organized who wants to be a part of something different and shares our interest in creating positive change through visual media by being a part of a driven team.

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About FLORIDA DISABILITY ACCESS AND AWARENESS FOUNDATION INC

Location:

2124 NW 142nd Ave, Gainesville, FL 32609, US

Mission Statement

FDAAF promotes disability empathy, inclusion, accessibility and awareness using technology and media products.

Description

FDAAF highlights people with disabilities by developing media products that challenge stereotypes and perceptions. Our goal is to develop programs that make you stop, think and feel with a message of inclusion. Change starts with attitudes.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Media & Broadcasting
People with Disabilities

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Public Relations
  • Grant Writing / Research

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