AbleGamers now taking grant applications

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 26 June 2013 23:19 GMT

Not-for-profit AbleGamers has opened submissions for its 2013 Summer of Fun Grant Program. The program offers one-off gifts of gaming equipment to players with disabilities, of which there are around 60 million, according to EIC Steve Spohn. This year’s grants were generously funded by Minicore Studios, developer of Tumblewords, but if you’d like to throw a few dollars into the hat, I’m sure AbleGamers will welcome your contribution to its many and varied activities.

Thanks, Polygon.

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