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Disability Inclusive Grantmaking is the mission of DFN: inclusion of disability in grantmaking programs and inclusion of people with disabilities in grantmaking organizations.

Access Instructions for Users With Disabilities

How the Disability Funders Network Web Site Is Organized

Overview

The Disability Funders Network (DFN) Web site is divided into four levels:

  • Home page
  • Level 1 pages
  • Level 2 pages
  • Level 3 pages

 

Home Page

The DFN home page contains navigational text links to Level 1 pages in two places: The image map version is centered beneath the logo, and text links are located at the bottom of the page. All images are accompanied by Alt-text descriptions.

At the very top of the page are two links: one to this page (structural description and access instructions) and one to a page that provides instructions for checking the version of your present graphical browser and links for browser upgrades. Beneath these links is the DFN logo, a white bridge against a turquoise background, and next to this the head and subhead, “Disability Funders Network: A Bridge Between the Disability Community and Organized Philanthropy.” Centered below is an image map with links to Level 1 pages.

Narrative follows, and text links to Level 1 pages follow all main page content.

Beneath the text links is the Bobby Web accessibility validation symbol, and below this are copyright and update statements, along with contact information.

Level 1 Pages

Each Level 1 page has a navigation bar with image-map links to Level 1 pages. All hotspots, navigation buttons and graphical images include Alt-text descriptions.

Level 2 Pages

All Level 2 pages, which mostly link from Research and Publications on the Resources page, include image-map links (at the top) and text-links to Level 1 pages.

Level 3 Pages

These are generally used for special, time-sensitive documents such as current Disability Funders Network activities and invitations.

Navigation

Visitors may navigate this site by mouse or by keystroke. Pressing the <Tab> key will advance the user to the next link option, and pressing the <Enter> key will take the user to the linked document or site.