FAWN Initiative

We understand that the resources for a non-profit organization could be limited and could become a hurdle in having a completely accessible and screen-reader friendly website equipped with modern tools. This is why we have started the Free and Accessible Web for Non-Profits (FAWN) Initiative. We would research your site, identify improvements and modify it so the good work that you carry out can reach out to many and stand out from the crowd.

How much do you charge?

We don't charge anything from non-profit organizations so you can stop worrying about money and focus on the great work that you do. However, currently, we do not provide web hosting and domain name registration, but would be happy to help you set one up and guide you through the process. We do request for donations, and that's an amount from $0 to whatever you can afford, to help us carry out this project to a broader audience.

What if we are not a non-profit?

Unfortunately, we only offer volunteer services to non-profit organizations. However, we can help find you an organization that would best fit your needs.

Do you only provide services in Philly?

Presently, yes. We only provide services in the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia. However, if your request is of an interesting nature and you're located outside of Philly, please don't hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to consider it.

Alright, let's go. Where to start?

Please fill out the Contact Us form and tell us a little bit about your organization and how we can help you. We'll get back to you as soon as we can. Please be aware that due to the popularity of this project, you might be placed in a queue. We understand the importance of communication, and we'll do our best to communicate promptly and effectively.

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