Mesa Regional Foundation for Accessibility, Diversity, & Inclusion

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Promoting a More Accessible and Inclusive Community

The Mesa Regional Foundation for Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, dedicated to improving
the daily resident and visitor experience by elevating Mesa’s already leading position as an accessible, equitable and inclusive city
through purposeful education and innovative technology.

Our Programs


The Student Tourism Exploration Program inspires Mesa’s future hospitality workforce by introducing students to career opportunities within the industry.

Camp Level Up

A summer camp providing neurodivergent youth with professional pathways and social development through game design. Level Up empowers teens to create their own games and media experiences with a community of like-minded peers.

Live Life Limitless

To honor National Autism Awareness Month, Visit Mesa, 12 West Brewing, and Chupacabra Taproom have created Spectrum Double IPA. The beer will be released on Saturday, April 2nd – World Autism Awareness Day, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Mesa Regional Foundation for Accessibility, Diversity & Inclusion.

This west coast Double IPA is packed with Mosaic and Simcoe hops, giving it bursts of blueberry, passionfruit and citrus throughout. ABV – 8%

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NEW SUMMER CAMP PILOT SUPPORTS YOUTH ON AUTISM SPECTRUMCamp Level Up Offers Media-Based Career Pathway and Skill Building Experience APRIL 11, 2022 – MESA, Ariz. – …
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Camp Level Up

CAMP LEVEL UP – COMING THIS SUMMER Professional pathway and social development for neurodivergent youth through game design Visit Mesa – ASU Herberger Institute – Mesa …
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An Exciting Beginning

We are pleased to share S.T.E.P. (Student Tourism Exploration Program) officially launched on January 14th with Dobson High School. Mesa Mayor John Giles kicked off the …
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Accessible to All

Mesa, Arizona just became an Aira Smart City, meaning that any visitor or resident with low vision has free access to the Aira On Demand Visual Interpreter service within city boundaries. Learn more about Aira and other efforts Mesa is doing to become the most accessible city.

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