Frill-Ability is a medium to help disabled folks and others of intersectional identities find products that are beyond just useful for their lives. We aren't well-marketed to, and the amount of companies who design for us are few and far between. I love reviewing products and partnering with companies who create things that work well for our bodies and enrich our lives. We deserve to thrive. There is an expectation we should only survive because most of us are low-income--goodness forbid we spend money on anything but food and rent. It's a foolish notion.
I also want to give this platform to the people who are denied a voice by the media because they were deemed not worthy enough by major publications. FrillAbility is small, but we are strong, and very grateful for our readers.
Facilitating all of this comes out of my pocket personally when I cannot get a brand sponsorship, and it's very costly. The majority of my living is earned via SSDI and SSI plus a part time job in museum education. Making FrillAbility possible, however, is my life's passion. We are a nonprofit, not yet 501c3, and we could use any funding you are willing to give.
Your donations go towards purchasing items for adaptive reviews, improving our technical equipment, attending industry events, and organizing our own events.
Thank you for your time and consideration.