Accessibility

Welcome to Patreon! We are committed to providing accessible websites to all of our users, and working with vendors who provide accessible resources. In partnership with the American Council of the Blind, we are conforming access to our site with the goal of becoming WCAG 2.1 AA-compliant.

Usability tips

We welcome creators and patrons with disabilities to use our site, and we suggest the following usability tips:

  • To navigate with a keyboard, use “tab” and “shift + tab” to move forward and backward. Outlines and other visual indicators will track the position on the page.
  • Use the “Skip navigation” link at the top of each page to go directly to the main content.

Third Party Content, Functionality, and Apps
Patreon is committed to providing accessible websites to all of our users, and to becoming WCAG 2.1 AA-compliant.

Patreon encourages developers to follow best practices in designing and building apps that are accessible, and which adhere to the Guidelines established by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium.

We sometimes link to other sites and provide features built by our users or by third party developers. These parties are not vendors to Patreon, and are not paid by us for their content.

While we are committed to providing accessible websites and tools over sites we control, and we ask developers to build tools using accessibility so that all creators and patrons can use them, users of Patreon and third party developers are not controlled by Patreon. We have no control over the accessibility of the content, features, or apps third parties may build using our API, and we are not responsible for their providing inaccessible tools.

Contact us

If you have accessibility-related concerns or questions, please contact us at 1-833-9PATRON, or email us at [email protected] so we can provide you with a reasonable accommodation.

If you have information you would like to modify, delete, or transport, please contact us at [email protected] and alert us to your need for accessibility so we may provide you reasonable accommodation for your privacy request.