At SPORK! we value the individual voices that make up the differently able communities and work hard to ensure that we accurately represent their stories. This means that we are always looking for new contributing writers, commentators, reviewers and biographers who want to share their lived experiences about being differently abled.
Some of the great perks about writing for SPORK! are:
Published content on a nonprofit 501(c)(3) website
Writings are featured and cataloged on SporkAbility.org
Flexibility in topic subject, format style, language and writing schedule!
Chance to touch and impact readers in the differently able community
All written skill levels accepted - draft editing available upon request
All branding, advertising and recordings are FREE!
We publish and strive to get out all submissions in an accessible online format while letting writers keep full ownership rights to their materials
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
33 W Delaware, Chicago, IL 60610, US
SPORK! strives to represent the differently able community by actively involving and working with those who have mental, physical and invisible differences.
SPORK! is an advocacy nonprofit and website for people who have cognitive, physical and non-apparent differences. Our main and most important goal is to validate the differently able by assisting in giving them a unique and united voice, whilst authentically representing their community.
We accomplish this goal by documenting the works of both individuals and businesses who support and fight for the differently able community, as well as creating an integrative network of resources for individuals, activists, designers and care workers. We also offer One-On-One ADA Consultations and inclusive program solutions.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Media & Broadcasting
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
April 23, 2020
Social Media / Blogging
All skill levels of writings accepted. To apply, please send resume and writing sample to Whitney@SporkAbility.org