Pandemic Pal is looking to feature businesses owned by people with disabilities and/or chronic illnesses who are selling pandemic-related products, including but not limited to cloth face masks, hand sanitizer, and self-care items. We will also consider items created by immediate family members of a person with a disability/chronic illness. Please read the requirements below and fill out the form if you would like to be included.
- Your products must be available for purchase on a major e-commerce website, such as Etsy, Ebay, or Amazon. Products available through print-on-demand platforms such as Cafepress are also permitted. Businesses who only sell on Instagram or Facebook are not eligible at this time.
- Merchandise must be inclusive. No racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic items are permitted. No merchandise promoting Autism Speaks, featuring the puzzle piece or the term “special needs,” or any other language that is considered offensive to a large portion of the disability community.
- Products must be pandemic-related, or offer some kind of benefit to people who are homebound due to being at high risk. If you are a disabled merchant but do not make pandemic-related items, you can apply to be featured on our sister site, The Ability Toolbox.