$25 for 25 Legacy Network

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How did the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) get passed? Because of people like you!

The disability rights movement has always been a grassroots movement made up of people with disabilities, their loved ones, caregivers, friends, and colleagues who wanted to make a difference.

You can make a difference! Support The ADA Legacy Project! Help us preserve, celebrate, and educate. Join our 25/25 Legacy Network! Consider donating $25 in honor of the ADA's 25th anniversary in 2015. Can't afford that much? Any amount is helpful and appreciated.

Contributions can be made:

 

National Council on Independent Living

2013 H St. NW

6th Floor

Washington, DC 20006

 

Your contribution is tax deductible.

 

Thanks to those who have already joined our $25 for 25 Legacy Network:

Lowell Aird - Colorado

Dawn Alford - Georgia

Alliance of Disability Advocates - North Carolina

Lisa Aloisio - Georgia

Billy Altom - Arkansas

George Andl - Georgia

John Anschutz - Georgia

Lynne Argent - Indiana

Gary Arnold - Illinois

Naomi Atobe - Japan

Carl Bailey - Virginia

Tsuneko Bailey - Virginia

Candace Barfield - Georgia

Ruthie-Marie Beckwith - Tennessee

Francine Bell - Illinois

Joyce Bender - Pennsylvania

Helena Berger - Virginia

Jean Bergey - Washington, DC

Janine Bertram and David Fulton - Oregon

Don Brereton - Wisconsin

Katie Bretsch

Steve Brown - Hawaii

Daniel Brzovic - California

Kim Brussell - New York

Debra Bryan - Texas

Rick Campuzano - Oregon

Charles Carr - Massachusetts

Jack Chapman - Washington, DC

Konone Izumi Chapman - Washington, DC

John Chappell - Massachusetts

Dhathri Chunduru - Georgia

Tony Coelho

Diane Coleman

Holly and William Colsher - Virginia

Colleen Coonelly - Pennsylvania

Rebecca Cook

Mark Cunningham - Colorado

Yoshiko Dart - Washington, DC

Lennard Davis - Illinois

LaVada DelConte

Dorothy Dillon - South Carolina

disABILITY LINK - Georgia

Disability Media Group

Karen Downing

Stephen Drake

Art Dubac III - Florida

Madelyn Dupee - Illinois

Kathy Everett - Georgia

Derick Fay - California

In memory of Terri Federice - Virginia

Elaine Feingold

Christen Finn - Indiana

Ann Ford - Illinois

LaVonne Fox - North Dakota

Frank Gainer - Washington, DC

Mike Galifianakis - Georgia

Michael Gamel-McCormick - Washington, DC

William C. Gaventa, Jr. - Georgia

Gillian Grable - Georgia

RL Grubbs - Georgia

Peggy Gurock - Georgia

Akiko Hagipoli - New York

Sandy Hanebrink - South Carolina

Timothy Harrington - Ohio

Kevin Higgins - Florida

Stevie Hopkins - Illinois

Roger Howard - Idaho

Jeff Hughes - Oklahoma

Andy Imparato - Maryland

Konoka Izumi - Washington, DC

Shirley Jackson - Maryland

Eric Jacobson - Georgia

Janet Jedlicka - North Dakota

Mark and Susan Johnson - Georgia

Sara and Robert Johnston - Wisconsin

Robin Jones - Illinois 

Atsuko Kataoka - Japan

Marsha Katz - Montana 

John Kelly - Massachusetts

John Kemp - New York

Haley Kimmet

Crosby King - Maryland 

Naomi Kitazawa - Japan

Harumi Kobayashi - Japan

Elaine Kolb - Connecticut

Chiaki Kotani - Japan

Kuzhilethu Kshepakaran - Maryland

Mutsuko Kuramoto - Japan

Dawn A. Lambert

Mary and Charles Lamielle

Sarah Launderville - Vermont

Bob Liston - Montana

Jean Logan - Wisconsin

Janice Majewski - Virginia

Sakai Mari - Japan

Ann McDaniel - West Virginia

Mary Morder - Georgia

Masami Morigami - Japan

Yoshiko Murasawa-Sugiyama - Japan

Thomas Neuville

Deb Newlin - Indiana

Kim Nielsen and Nathan Tuff - Ohio

Michael O'Connell - California

Mark Odum - Maryland

Ikuko Ohata - Japan

Terri Ohare - New Mexico

Katherine Ott - Washington, DC

Darby Penney

Linda Pogue - Georgia

Portlight Strategies, Inc. - South Carolina

Barbara Pritchard - Illinois

Public Domain Foundation, Inc. - Vermont

David Robinson - Colorado

Roustabout Media - Illinois

Lynnae Ruttledge - Washington

Asuka Sato - Washington DC

Susan Schweik

Fumiyasu Shishido - Japan

Michiko Shishido - Japan

Rei Shishido-Saito - Japan

Sam and Gina Simonson - South Carolina

Margaret Staton - California

Kenneth E. Stein

Robin Stephens - Colorado

Allegra Stout - Massachusetts 

Yuriko Sugawara - Japan

Naoko Suito - Texas

Rie Terashima - Washington, DC

Douglas Toelle - Alaska

Albert Tolbert - Indiana

Judith Treesberg - California

Tetsuko Urata - Japan

Mary Verdi-Fletcher - Ohio

Marian Vessels - Maryland

Kristen and Max Vincent - Georgia

Matthew Vincent - Georgia

John W. Watson

Welcome Change Productions - New York

Shirley Wells - Texas

Talley Wells - Georgia

Rebecca Williams - Pennsylvania

Christine Willis - Georgia

Colleen Wieck - Minnesota

Rita Young - Georgia

Janna Zwerner - Georgia