Linden Prize goes to Virtual Ability


Virtual Ability won the Linden Prize of $10,000 USD to further their mission of providing resources to help people with real-world disabilities start using Second Life for them to enjoy the medical and psychological benefits offered by virtual environments. Virtual Ability Island is an amazing place with orientation resources and they have an office at Nonprofit Commons as well. Nonprofit Commons was a Finalist for the Linden Prize, something we are all honored about. Congrats to Virtual Ability!

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