Orlando Fringe Announces 26Health as Title Sponsor of New Accessibility and Inclusion Program .. @OrlandoFringe #OrlandoArts

Orlando Fringe

Orlando Fringe, producers of the nation’s longest-running independent Fringe theatre festival, have announced 26Health as the Title Sponsor of their brand new Accessibility and Inclusion Program.

With the assistance of 26Health, the Accessibility & Inclusion Program will provide ASL-interpreted performances for patrons who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Additionally, audio-described performances will be offered for patrons who are blind or have low vision, and increased accessibility and inclusion training will be implemented for all staff and volunteers.

Founded in 2011 as a non-profit 501c3 corporation, 26Health was established to meet the complete needs of the LGBTQ+ and ally community.

The comprehensive wellness community offers quality care and services, including affordable healthcare, mental health care, a drug discount program, adoption services, and aesthetic services for all Central Floridians regardless of their ability to pay.

The sponsorship with 26Health will move Orlando Fringe closer to achieving its goal of being 100% accessible to all patrons.

The 30th Annual Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival runs May 18-31, 2021, in Orlando’s Loch Haven Park.


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