Disability Network Blog

Pour For More Micro April Events!

Disability Network is thrilled to be one of Pour For More’s selected non-profits in their inaugural year raising funds & awareness for several local non-profits. Pour for More compounds micro-scale donations from participating vendors into a single fund that is shared among twelve local non-profits making a macro impact in our community! When you visit […]

Tap30 to host accessibility fundraiser on Jan. 25!

Tap30, located in downtown Petoskey, will donate $1 from each pint of craft beer sold from a special “do good” tap on Wednesday, January 25, from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m to Disability Network.  Each dollar donated to Disability Network during this event will benefit their Access for Everyone project at Wilderness State Park, in […]

Shop Your Community Day

Ready, Set, Shop! Support Disability Network and get a jump on your holiday shopping at Shop Your Community Day on Saturday, November 12, in downtown Traverse City. It’s easy to give!  Visit any participating downtown merchant, do your shopping, and at checkout let the merchant know you want to support Disability Network as your non-profit.  Every purchase […]

Ready to Rumble with the Traverse City Roller Derby

You’re invited…  Traverse City, MI – April 28, 2016  Traverse City Roller Derby has selected Disability Network as one of their non-profit partners for their 2016 season, and will feature Disability Network at their opening bout on Saturday, May 14, at the Grand Traverse County Civic Center.  Disability Network will be selling various items such […]

Anne Bonney to host Empowerment & Leadership Workshop Series

Please join us at our upcoming Empowerment & Leadership Workshop Series.  We are thrilled to be working with Anne Bonney to offer this FREE workshop series. Anne brings a positive attitude, boundless energy, and a tool box full of tips and tricks to help everyone she works with find more fulfillment and success.  We hope […]

Irish start-up wants to be Google Maps for people with disabilities

BY JONATHAN KEANE March 06, 2016 – posted on Mashable In 2012, Matt McCann visited London thinking he had booked the perfect hotel room. Beyond searching for a good price and decent location, he needed a hotel designed with accessibility in mind. McCann has cerebral palsy and uses a rolling walker to get around, and found a […]