The LEAD conference continues to be the one place where leaders and newcomers in the field of access to the cultural arts for individuals with disabilities and older adults can meet and mingle with peers, learn about the latest technological advances, get the straight talk on legal issues, and contribute to the collective knowledge base of what does and doesn’t work for building and engaging audiences, patrons, and visitors of all ages and abilities.
Dr. Lotfi Merabet and Mark Barlet.
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Are you interested in holding an event to benefit disabled gamers? Do you want to play video games in support of gamers with disabilities? Well, look no further! Here’s the best advice we can give you on running your own AbleGamers Charity event complete with the most common questions and important information.
AbleGamers works with Tiltify.com to bring you the most secure, easy-to-use and user-friendly way to get donations from your audience to our community. Tiltify has many features created specifically for streamers to raise funds. Simply sign up to campaign for AbleGamers at https://tiltify.com/causes/ablegamers-charity.
Submit your event by filling out the form to the left. AbleGamers Charity promotes events that donate 100% of the proceeds to AbleGamers. Please submit your event at least one week in advance. AbleGamers must approve all submissions before they appear on the calendar, and as a result your submission will take up to 24 hours to process and will not display immediately. This form provides the final event text that will display on the calendar. Please include a full description and the correct link for the event. Please be thorough, and if you have any questions check out our fundraising guide or feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org