“A commercial business with a social purpose.” Established as an Industrial Training Unit for People with Disabilities in 1974, Southland DisAbility Enterprises (SDE) provides meaningful and encouraging personal development through employment opportunities. SDE received a grant last month that will support the purchase of additional equipment and transportation, and ultimately create more jobs and employment opportunities for people with disabilities in the Invercargill, New Zealand community. Congratulations SDE!
For more information visit: http://sde.org.nz/
For 35 years Shaw Trust has supported local disabled people find employment, working to create brighter futures for the people and communities across the UK. Over 1100 staff and many volunteers, Shaw Trust operates charitable social enterprises, retail shops and work alongside Shaw Education Trust, which runs a diverse chain of academy schools. Shaw Trust has grown to support over 50,000 people a year to live independent and inclusive lives in Wales and in Scotland.
For more information visit: www.shaw-trust.org.uk
Do you know about ACHIEVE HUMAN SERVICES, INC. in Arizona USA?
For over 50 years, ACHIEVE, a Community Rehabilitation Program (CRP), has been serving individuals with disabilities with housing opportunities, employment training and career opportunities. They have an outstanding vision of creating and expanding opportunities, and leading people with purpose. This is done by treating all people with dignity and respect ina safe and secure environment.
Read More about ACHIEVE at: http://www.achievehs.org
Eloura Association in Australia is "making a difference to peoples lives." provides quality education and employment training to people with a disability in Cootamundra, Young, Temora, Harden Coleambally and surrounding districts.
The Elouera Special School has provided education to children in the area for over 40 years and more recently Elouera Industries, Elouera Laundry, Elouera Recycling and Elouera TT's Cafe have provided employment and training to adults with a disability.
Visit them at: www.elouera-association.com