What is D.E.A.F. Inc.?

The Deaf Equal Access Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization designed to give back to the Deaf community.

Donations made to this organization will be used to provide sign language interpreting services at no charge for the deaf community in a variety of settings such as family reunions, family meetings, banquets....etc.


Online Donation

You can make a online donation to DEAF, Inc. using PayPal. To do so, click the button below.


Because DEAF Inc. is a non-profit organization, we have to rely on donations and help from others. We greatly appreciate those that have helped us get started and to grow.

We would like to thank the following people or companies that have donated their time, talents, or treasure to DEAF Inc.:

  • Morris Interpreting Services, Inc.
  • Susan Lascek
  • A Z Interpreting, Inc.
  • Fingerscrossed – Donna Flanders
  • Yokogawa Corporation of America

  • ABC Interpreting
  • AE Webb, LLC
  • Amy Parker
  • Barbara D. Marks
  • Carol Phillips
  • D.A Trachtenberg
  • Damita Boyd
  • David Turner
  • Dena Stolp
  • Doris Willingham
  • Eagle Interpreting – Diane Fowler
  • GAD
  • Hearing Loss Assoc.
  • John Bramlett
  • Julie Signs & Sells
  • Kathleen Call-Davis
  • Keith Dean
  • Mark & Ann Gomez
  • Marla Smith
  • Musical Endeavors Inc.
  • Nielson Interpreting Service, Inc.
  • Norman Zimmerman
  • Piano Works
  • Rolander
  • Romer Interpreting
  • Wade Electric
  • Chipotle
  • Raging Burrito
  • Amy Elton
  • Cynthia Frey
  • Della Hickey
  • Earnestine Lowe
  • Heather Cashon
  • Jessie Smith
  • Kristi Merriweather
  • Lynn White
  • Sean Mott
  • Sorenson
  • Sylvia Hattrich
  • Tammy Andrews

  • Barbara Painter
  • Bruce Finkbone
  • Christine Chatham
  • Eric Shapiro
  • Faye Nicholson
  • HKNC
  • Jane McCandless
  • Jean Plant
  • Katie Wilson
  • Linda Collins
  • Marilyn Teague
  • Pam Bolton
  • Renee Olson
  • Richard Brumberg
  • Shawn Morris
  • Susan Holly
  • Todd and Michaelene Kearney

We would also like to thank all the interpreters that have worked for D.E.A.F.,Inc. on a contract basis.

We would like to thank these restaurants who have provided meals for DEAF, Inc. board meetings:
Raging Burrito

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