Believing in Accessibility for All
Accessibility tools button image

Dogwood Alliance

Client Case Study
A laptop with the website  and the Recite Me Toolbar on the screen

Dogwood Alliance

Dogwood Alliance is an environmental nonprofit organization based in Asheville, North Carolina. Since 1996, Dogwood Alliance has worked to promote forest protection through community-driven partnerships and economic solutions. Driven by the belief that healthy, natural forests are our best defense against climate change, Dogwood Alliance strives to transform forest management across the US.

Dogwood Alliance logo - An orange square with cutout trees
A group of people protesting in favor of responsible forest management

Our Brief

Dogwood Alliance advances environmental justice and climate action by mobilizing diverse voices to protect southern forests and communities from industrial logging. As a proud, inclusive organization that draws strength from the diversity of its community, Dogwood Alliance sought to make its website more accessible for everyone, including those with disabilities and people who speak a language other than English at home.

Recite Me toolbar solution. Audio, styling, reading, translation icons.

Our Solution

Dogwood Alliance implemented Recite Me online accessibility and language support tools. The Recite Me assistive toolbar enables all website visitors, regardless of their differing abilities or language needs, to customize Dogwood Alliance’s website in a way that works best for them. Recite Me assistive technology includes screen reading functionality, multiple reading aids, customizable styling options, and an on-demand live translation feature that boasts over 100 languages, including 65 text-to-speech.

Client Testimonial

"As a forest, climate, and justice organization, Dogwood Alliance believes that accessibility is a justice issue. How can we achieve true equity, inclusivity, and intersectionality without accessibility? Using the ReciteMe accessibility button has made our website, our content, and our mission available to a much broader audience. Now people who speak different languages, people who are dyslexic, people who are visually impaired, and many others have fewer barriers to becoming part of the movement. "

Amanda Rodriguez, Marketing Director, Dogwood Alliance