FOR THE LOVE OF PARKING + ACCESS
CREATING AWARENESS ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY WITH COMPASSION + A BIT OF SARCASM
About The Mission
ADVOCATING FOR CHANGE
Inspired by a eye opening event, For The Love of Parking & Access
was established in 2016
The mission is to create better access for those with disabilities
through making others aware of their actions that impede it.
Featured are photos of accessibility blunders with a message of how it can be done differently.
Join the tribe by tagging, emailing, or direct messaging your access experiences.
The goal: creating a diary of need to present to congress and make some
much needed updates to our current ADA Standards.
FIGHTING FOR INCLUSION
Adjustments & Change is needed
Your Actions Effect Others
ACCESS TO RELEVANT CONTENT
Know the Latest & Greatest Resources
also learn about small business in our community!
HOW IT KEEPS ROLLIN'
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Do Good Together
Use your voice to help our community. If you want to personally make a difference in the lives of others there’s no better way than getting involved with For The Love of Parking & Access. Like our page, Submit your photos, share with others!
BE HANDS ON
Slap It Up!
Use your abilities to create awareness! With every Tee you purchase we will send you stickers and cards (like the pic on the left) to slap up and create awareness. *You must send me an email after you purchase your Tee! I make these myself and are sent separately from the shirt
Keep The Mission Going
Neuro Muscular Connection
A Spinal Cord Injury Rehab Facility in Costa Mesa California has donated 20 of these bad boys for me to sell to you at cost. All proceeds go directly back to the cause.
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Keep The Mission Going
The human nature of giving is one of the most powerful forces. At For The Love of Parking & Access, We’d love for you to join us in helping to create awareness in the disability community. All proceeds from the Tee sales goes directly into the effort.
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"
Vincent van Gogh
Creating the Diary of Need
CONNECT + ADVOCATE
Between 1986 and 1990, Justin Dart jr. made multiple trips to all 50 United States, eager to document the ongoing struggles of people with disabilities to assert their civil rights.
By bringing these impassioned testimonies before Congress, Dart effectively convinced policy-makers of the need for legal protection of the rights of people with disabilities.
These days we don't have to travel to create a diary of need. We can do it through the use of social media. Together, by documenting our access issues & concerns we can eventually bring it to congress and update some of our outdated laws!
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