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Assistive Technology and Low Vision Open House

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What are you doing next Tuesday? Join us at the Assistive Technology and Low Vision Open House at DSB in Seattle. When: Tuesday October 7, 2014 from 10 am – 6 pm Where: Department of Services…

Sign up Now for the Fall Business Planning Class

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Are you an entrepreneur with a disability who needs a business loan for your small business? Need help writing your business plan? Then sign up for Washington Access Fund’s free accessible meetings. You can participate from…

Press Release: Seeking Nominations for Awards Program

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Press Release – July 30th, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington Access Fund seeks nominations for Awards Program to recognize businesses, organizations and individuals who have a positive impact on people with disabilities in Washington. The Washington…

Save the Date – November 11th, 2014

John Hockenberry from the Take Away on NPR (Marco Antonio)

Stay posted for ticket information! John Hockenberry – four-time Emmy Award winner, three-time Peabody Award winner and host of NPR’s the Takeaway – will be speaking at Town Hall on November 11th on Assistive Technology &…

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Did you vote for the Washington Access Fund yet? We are semi-finalists for BECU’s People Helping People Awards, and we need your help to win! Vote before midnight tonight! (Note: voting takes place on Facebook, but…

We are Semi-Finalists!

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Your vote can help us win! We have been selected as a semi-finalist in the BECU People Helping People Awards. The awards are meant to honor nonprofits in the Puget Sound region. Learn more about the…

Client Spotlight: Meet Maria-lynn Olsson

Maria-lynn Olsson is a kind-hearted and dedicated advocate for children with and without disabilities. Maria-lynn knows what it is like to grow up having a disability, in her case Cerebral Palsy. Maria-lynn hopes to one-day work…