Welcome to Reader’s Digest Partners for Sight Foundation!
We are a grant maker providing support to organizations working to improve the lives of blind and visually impaired individuals. We also publish large print reading material for people who have trouble reading standard sized print.
On this site, you can learn about our grant making priorities and guidelines. You can order a subscription to Reader’s Digest Select Editions Large Type. You will also find resources and information to help you and your loved ones cope with vision loss. And you can learn how to support us in our efforts to bring a higher quality of life to blind and visually impaired individuals.
Reader’s Digest Partners for Sight Foundation (RDPFS) awarded Teach Access a grant in support of their Faculty Incentives for Accessible Technology Curriculum Development project. The goals of Teach Access are to make technology accessible and to make accessible technology ubiquitous.
Teach Access – a unique collaboration among institutions of higher education, major technology companies, and accessibility advocates – seeks to include accessibility and universal design principles in the curricula of computer science, design, research and related fields.
Through our partnership, Teach Access plans to accelerate the delivery of accessibility-infused curriculum by providing small, direct grants to faculty across the country.
Teach Access is a project of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
For more information, please visit Our Partners page.