Are Double the Donation's matching gift tools and webpages ADA (American Disability Act) compliant?

Are Double the Donation's matching gift tools and webpages ADA (American Disability Act) compliant?

Our goal is to ensure our webpages and matching gift tools are accessible to all individuals. 

As part of our design and software development, our team has included:
  • Alt text for images
  • Colors are chosen to have a strong color contrast
  • No Image Maps
  • Choosing logical and well-defined field names
  • Enable text to be enlarged by placing minimal text in graphics
  • Data tables are appropriately identified
  • No repeated flashing image
  • Form fields are in a logical tab order
  • And far more checks that https://ada.gov/ requires for websites to be ADA compliant.
In addition, our matching gift tools are VPAT and WAI-ACT compliant. To learn more about WAI-ACT compliance, view this page. We recognize that ADA compliance is important for many of our nonprofit and public higher education clients and do our best to ensure our software and database is as accessible as possible. We've worked with an accessibility consultant to complete our VPAT and have had numerous public universities test our public facing tools to ensure they meet accessibility guidelines. This includes our matching gift search tool that your organization would embed on your website or in the donation process as well as our default emails that your organization can trigger out from 360MatchPro.

We regularly run our software through accessibility testing and believe our public facing tools meet the needs of nonprofits and public education institutions. If you believe a part of our public facing tools has an accessibility issue, please email us at accessibility@doublethedonation.com. The potential issue or concern will be reviewed at our next software development sprint which occurs every two weeks.