Full Disclosure Advertising Policy
Of This Disability Grants Web Site
This disability grants site provides complete disclosure with regard to advertising. There are no hidden agendas since there's nothing whatsoever to hide.
This site offers a free service to disabled people who submit their stories to get help solving a problem, usually financial. Income from advertising allows us to continue providing the free service.
This disability grants site accepts advertising and other forms of compensation. Such compensation does not influence the information that we provide. We always do unbiased work.
Listings in the "Ads by Google" sections are not selected by us. They are automatically provided by Google.com, which sponsors ads on our site.
Because the Google ads relate directly to the page content, they're actually helpful to visitors with the added options they provide.
Please do support our sponsors and follow our recommendations. It takes time and effort to deliver our free services to you. By supporting our sponsors, you make it all possible.
Think of it this way. On airplanes, they say to put the oxygen mask on yourself before attending to your child. You need to save yourself before you can save anyone else.
Since Accessible.org is a private, non-governmental operaton, the advertising is essential because it keeps us healthy enough to help others. Makes sense, right?
Advertisers We Allow
Below are the only companies whose products we recommend. Apart from the ads served up by Google, they are the only sponsors we allow:
- The Disability Digest – The Disability Digest newsletter is a free resource for people on (or in need of) disability benefits. It is not published by Accessible.org, but we strongly recommend it because it offers a valuable service to disabled people. The site has oodles of free and useful information, as well as helpful services. Anything that's for sale is at a good price, offering top value.
- Online Grant Database – This online grant and benefit database is maintained by Information USA. Finding a source of grants is quite a bit of work, but the database makes it easier for you. In addition Accessible.org has a free option for the officially disabled. Learn how we can help you find grants online.
So there you go – full disclosure. If you have any questions at all about our advertising policy, including if you'd like to be a sponsor, please go to the Contact Us page.
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