Support the Project Access Partnership…

…and the Efforts of Project Access Partner Organizations.

Project Access is committed to bringing access and inclusion to all. We believe that sharing collaboration in real time is essential to this goal. The activities highlighted on this site are the work of many partnering organizations. Please support partners by donating generously through the “donate” pages of the partner websites listed here.

Art Beyond Sight supports the infrastructure and the coordination of Project Access for All.

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Art Beyond Sight
Art Beyond Sight (ABS) is a nonprofit organization based in New York City, whose mission is to help ensure that people with disabilities are engaged in their communities and global society through arts and culture.

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New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities
The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), currently led by Commissioner Victor Calise, works hand-in-hand with other City agencies to assure that the voice of the disabled community is represented and that City programs and policies address the needs of people with disabilities.
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Heidi Latsky Dance
The mission of Heidi Latsky Dance is to redefine beauty and virtuosity through performance and discourse, using performers with unique attributes to bring rigorous, passionate, and provocative contemporary dance to diverse audiences.

The Historic House Trust
The Historic House Trust of New York City (HHT) is a nonprofit organization that operates in tandem with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to aid in and insure the preservation of 23 city-owned historic properties located in parks in all five boroughs.
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The Lower East Side Tenement Museum
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tells the stories of 97 Orchard Street, a tenement building located on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Built in 1863, this National Historic Landmark was home to nearly 7,000 working class immigrants before the building was condemned as a residence in 1935. The Museum pays tribute to these residents and studies their everyday lives to better understand the history of New York and America. Their stories are the basis of tours and are shared with over 200,000 visitors annually.

The New York Botanical Garden
As America's premier garden, The New York Botanical Garden has epitomized the iconic landscape of the northeast since its founding in 1891, serving not only as a cultivated escape in this busy metropolis, but a celebrated state historical site and National Landmark. Featuring world-renowned exhibitions, year-round arts and culture programs, rich educational programming for children and adults, and family-friendly activities for all ages, it is the city's greatest living museum—an urban oasis unlike any other.

The Contemporary Jewish Museum
The CJM makes the diversity of the Jewish experience relevant for a twenty-first century audience. Phone 415.655.7856

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a modern and contemporary art museum. Phone 786-345-5629

Philly Touch Tours
Philly Touch Tours provides equal opportunities in cultural settings for people with vision loss. Phone 215-790-9079

Hearing Health Foundation
Our mission is to prevent and cure hearing loss and tinnitus through research. Phone 212.257.6140

Dancing Dreams
Dancing Dreams is a nonprofit that provides dance classes to children with physical challenges. Phone 516.659.8704

My Time Inc
Parent support is not a New Phenomenon but My Time Inc is bringing a New and Dynamic Prospective to. Phone 917-933-9875

Sensational Books
Sensational Books is a publisher of accessible books and tools. We specialize in tactile art and images. We offer workshop in all aspects of tactile art making from expressing emotions to stone carving to engineering perspective drafting. Ann Cunningham, co-owner of Sensational Books, is also a tactile artist making works for public and private collections. Phone 303-887-1713.
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GallopNYC uses therapeutic horsemanship to help riders walk, talk and learn. Phone 917-602-1733

Guide Dog Foundation
For more than 65 years, the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, Inc., has trained and placed guide dogs. Phone 631-930-9091