The issue these programmers have reached is that to maintain the service would require around $200,000. As they have created this service as a not-for-profit, they have stuck to their morals and not charged for the service. The NVDA, which allows visually impaired users to access the web, particularly social media sites, is stated to be cut soon.
These two individuals hope that they can receive the funding they need so they can continue to follow their passion. However, that hope seems to be increasingly challenging. The men go on to say that they are proud of the work they have accomplished over the last four years as well as the not-for-profit status they have maintained.