Amplifying the voices of BIPOC with disabilitiesBy Elizabeth Ralston June 2020
Groundwork MinneapolisBy Kya Concepcion May 2020
Decreasing isolation during Covid-19By Allison Fine April 2020
East Bay Mutual Aid ProjectBy Disability Justice Culture Club March 2020
Disability Internships are key to longevityBy Vicki Landers February 2020
The [Disabled] Black Boy Joy ProjectBy Jerron Herman January 2020
The Banana Project: Visualising Hearing impairmentBy Monika Balu December 2019
The Partnership for Inclusive Disaster StrategiesBy Valerie Novack November 2019
VIsION AI Glasses for the BlindBy Marx Vergel Melencio October 2019
Disability Justice InstituteBy Dean Strauss September 2019
Raising Menstruation Pads 4 Girls with DisabilityBy Zinsanze Rogers Basoga August 2019
ASL COMEDY WORKSHOPBy Patrick KIlgalllon July 2019
UroBy Chinasa Vivian Ezugha June 2019
Miller's Grove Public AccessBy Sophia Gordon-Stevens May 2019
Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health RightsBy Zinsanze Basoga Rogers April 2019
Access-Centered Trauma and Pain Healing WorkshopsBy Access-Centered Movement March 2019
DREAMBy Kim Elmore February 2019
Disabled And HereBy Elea Chang January 2019
Water Belongs To EveryoneBy Ahmet Ustunel December 2018
Aromatica Poetica's Blind Writers ProjectBy M. Leona Godin November 2018
The Brain Injury Climbing ClubBy Bryn Davies October 2018
Persons with Disabilities Comedy ShowcaseBy Kyle Marian Viterbo September 2018
"Spill the Disabili-Tea" workshopBy Alex Locust August 2018
"Buy A Battery-Give Independence"By Karen Langley July 2018
Community-Built Dance PerformanceBy Brandon Cordrey July 2018
Self Care Sunday's PodcastBy Jess Talwar June 2018
Bringing Inclusive Dance to St. PaulBy Lindsay Eales May 2018
TeleMental Health Services for the Deaf CommunityBy Amanda Crane April 2018
Disabled Writers Writing FellowshipsBy s.e. smith March 2018
Tactile Exhibit for DESCENTBy Alice Sheppard February 2018
Disability & Intersectionality Summit 2018By Sandy Ho January 2018
Unshame Pain ProjectBy Maayan Simon December 2017
Canadian Disability Justice AllianceBy Alex Haagaard November 2017
#ADAPTandRESISTBy Ericka Jones October 2017
NOS MagazineBy Sara Luterman September 2017
DisabilityAfterDark PodcastBy Andrew Gurza August 2017
The Accessible Stall PodcastBy Emily Ladau and Kyle Khachadurian July 2017
Peer-To-Peer Wheelchair RepairBy Katie Savin June 2017
HuertomaniasBy Margorie Yana May 2017
Disability Arts Project UgandaBy Batale Fred April 2017
To date (June 2020): $40,500 granted | 41 projects funded | 8 countries | 3,000+ submissions
We accept submissions between the 1st and the 15th of every month.
Note we will not consider requests to fund an individual's medical needs, rent, utilities, home repairs, car trouble, appliances, etc.
Launched in April 2017, Awesome Disability is an independent chapter of the Awesome Foundation, a global community that provides micro-grants with no strings attached. The trustees of Awesome Disability are people with disabilities that want to support ideas and projects in our community.
How it works
- 10-ish Trustees (on average) each contribute $100 per month.
- People with awesome ideas submit an application for the grant. Please submit your application in English.
- The trustees review and discuss the applications, and pick the best one.
- The winner is given $1000, no strings attached.
- The process is repeated every month, in order to spread the awesomeness.
We accept submissions for the month's grant between the 1st through the 15th of the current month. We will not consider applications submitted outside of this window. Decisions are made by the end of the month.
We select one application for the monthly grant. If your submission is not chosen for the month, you can apply the following month.
Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to become a Trustee of Awesome Disability? Trustees each contribute $100 toward the $1,000 no-strings-attached award, and decide by consensus who will receive the grant. Sound awesome? Apply to become a Trustee
Our extra expenses/fees for the first year were supported by Suffering the Silence. Thank you!