CCAC – THE PLACE TO BE FOR CAPTIONING ADVOCACY.
THAT’S ALL WE DO, EVERY DAY, FOR YOU AND YOU AND YOU.
We are all citizen captioning advocates, internationally. Official non-profit organization. Your voice counts! Minimal expenses and all toward captioning advocacy activities.
SEE recently-added new comments about the CCAC under the tab for “Join the CCAC.” These are only a selected few! Here: http://ccacaptioning.org/join/
AND see all the great captioning advocacy going on this year 2015 with development of teams, new CCAC grants for inclusion of captioning and much more. (Go to “Advocacy” page from the link on top of the page.) More quick examples, (1) Captions Capture the Votes!, (2) Don’t Leave Us Out!”, and (3) CCAC Sponsorship of CART for non-profits, CCAC pays!
NEW: CCAC web is now taking submissions for small ads. Find Newsletter/Sponsor tab here: http://ccacaptioning.org/advertise/
About Your Donation: All revenue collected is solely for continuing captioning advocacy activities by the CCAC. Additional website sponsorship information is available here.
NEW IN SEPTEMBER 2016 – shopping service that gives CCAC a boost – see this link:https://givingassistant.org/np#collaborative-for-communication-access-via-captioning-inc
JOIN THE CCAC TODAY. MEMBERS’ ONLY FORUM IS ONE OF THE BEST ONLINE. MISSION? INCLUSION OF QUALITY CAPTIONING UNIVESALLY
CCAC is the only grass-roots consumer advocacy organization with a sole focus on captioning advocacy and captioning inclusion (captioning of all sorts), still often missing in many places. CCAC has attracted extraordinary interest and enthusiasm from so many members, friends and followers (thousands), and one example is the lovely creation in the photo. Thanks Kym!
During the first 24 organizational months (2010 and 2011), CCAC grew so rapidly, there was so much interest and good participation, that CCAC became an official non-profit organization in June 2012. We seek your interest and your support to carry forward all the good education and advocacy done so far.
Donations are accepted via PayPal, a secure online system that accepts major credit and debit cards.
The founder and executive leader of the CCAC and CaptionMatch, Lauren E. Storck, Ph.D., advocate for accessibility equality, is available for presentations or short consultations.