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A New Approach to Community Support

We are excited to share some important updates about our membership model. As part of our commitment to making TDI accessible to everyone, we will be transitioning to a donation-based model. Our goal is to foster an environment where everyone may benefit from our mission and resources.

Why the Change?

We believe access to TDI’s resources and support should be available to all. By transitioning away from a membership fee, we aim to eliminate any barriers that prevent individuals from joining our community. Instead of a traditional membership-based model, we are shifting to a donation-based model. This change allows TDI to be more inclusive and invites everyone to access our resources and support. We believe this transition encourages a spirit of generosity and collective responsibility among our stakeholders and community members. By focusing on donations, we can continue to grow and expand our efforts to foster accessibility and inclusion for everyone in information and communication technology (ICT).

Since 1968, TDI has been the leading organization fostering accessibility and inclusion in ICT for the deaf and hard of hearing communities. Our core mission remains steadfast in advocating for these communities; however, our goal is to expand our unique community by inviting stakeholders and consumer organizations involved with ICT to join our mission.

Your contributions and support make TDI’s impact stronger as we advocate for policy, regulations, and legislation to ensure accessibility for all individuals with disabilities. We collaborate with industry stakeholders, policymakers, and advocacy organizations who share our mission and believe in the power of communication equity. This collaboration expands our impact to include all our valued supporters who help TDI reach more lives. It’s a crucial time to broaden our reach as technology evolves rapidly, impacting accessibility to ICT in health, education, employment, media, and virtual communication platforms.

Acknowledging Our Loyal Supporters

We want to take a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude to our long-standing supporters. Your loyalty and dedication to TDI have been invaluable. You have played a crucial role in our journey, and we are deeply proud to have you as part of our community. You remain valuable stakeholders, and we look forward to continuing our work together to create a more accessible and inclusive world.

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To stay informed and engaged with TDI, we invite you to subscribe to our digital newsletters. By subscribing, you’ll receive valuable insights and updates from our monthly TDI Dispatch and biannual TDI Pulse.  Be a part of our journey toward a more enriching TDI community and subscribe at TDIforAccess.org.

Our Industry Supporters

in Partnership for an Accessible World

(Ultratec logo) Design representing 5 blue stacked bars. Followed by company name in black: ULTRATEC
Sorenson Logo
(Verizon logo) Company name in black print: VERIZON, followed by red checkmark.
(CSD logo) Design of blue circle with smaller transparent circle inside top right, with 6 transparent lines extending to meet the border of the larger blue circle - (sun light/rays). Followed by company name in black: CSD
Facebook logo
(Amazon logo) lowercase black text: AMAZON. Below name is a orange arrow starting at A and pointing to Z
(Google logo) Company name in various colors. G (blue) O (red) O (yellow) G (blue) L (green) E (red)
(Comcast logo) design on top of peacock with rainbow feathers (yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green). Below image are two lines of black text: COMCAST, NBCUNIVERSAL. On right is a thin vertical line then logo of TELEMUNDO - two arcs, one in dark red, other in lighter red - merging together to form letter 'T'
(AT&T logo) Design of world, using 6 blue horizontal lines varying in shape/design. Followed by company name in black text: AT&T
(CTIA logo) Company name in lowercase black print: CTIA (TM). Below name are 7 turquoise circles/dots in a row
(ESA logo) Blue circle with black lowercase letters inside 'ESA'. Another circle wrapped around the logo circle in similar color. Right of the circular image is full name of company in lowercase letters: ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE ASSOCIATION
(Microsoft logo) Four colored squares arranged to show one large square. Top squares in red and green. Bottom squares in blue and yellow. Followed by company name in black: MICROSOFT
T-Mobile logo
(VITAC logo) Design representing letter 'V' in Blue, Green, Orange and Red. Followed by company name in black: VITAC (TM). Below company name: ACCESSIBILITY FOR LIFE
(Charter logo) Company name in large blue text: CHARTER. Below company name in grey: COMMUNICATIONS
(NextNav logo) Design showing letter 'N'. Followed by company name in black: NextNav
CCA logo
(Kramer Wealth Managers logo) Company name in red print: KRAMER. Above the 'm' (in company name) three red squares increasing in size. Below company name in black print: WEALTH MANAGERS
NCI Logo
(CTA logo) Company name in 3 rows, blue print: CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION. Followed by a sign of 4 squares/rhombus intersecting, resulting in a mixture of 5 different colors. In middle of intersection, white letters: CES
(CBS logo) Large blue print: CBS, followed by a design that looks like an eye
ZVRS and Purple Logo (division of ZP Better Together)
(InnoCaption logo) Design showing two speech boxes, left in blue, right in grey. Speech boxes are adjacent to show a smiling face. Designed followed by company name in Blue: INNO, then grey: CAPTION
(CaptionMax logo) Company name in grey lowercase text: CAPTION, then orange: MAX. Below name is design of orange circle with two white boomerang-like arrows, with larger orange ring around the circle.
(NAB logo) Design showing 5 vertical bars, in alternating color - dark grey / orange, possibility representing antennas. Followed by company name in black: NAB. Below company name "NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS"
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