Nonprofit charity Able Gamers is all about improving the quality of disabled gamers' lives, and to that end, this year the organization is setting up two booths at PAX East: one on the main floor in the Band Land, and one in the Diversity Lounge.
Last year, Able Gamers raised $33,000 and hopes to exceed that total during this year's show. They're off to a good start, thanks to the support of Harmonix and Paradox Interactive, who both donated $7,500.
Able Gamers has been helping the disabled community since 2004 and is behind the "Includification" movement, a movement focused on increasing consciousness of the idea of accessibility within the video game development community.
For more information or to make a donation, visit the official Able Gamers website.