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Aspire CoffeeWorks
Aspire CoffeeWorks offers craft-roasted coffees while opening new horizons for people with disabilities. 100% of Aspire CoffeeWorks' net proceeds benefit Aspire's life-changing programs for people with disabilities. Our coffee is always roasted to order, then packaged and shipped directly to you. We sell coffee, sweet treats, gift baskets, mugs and more!

Beneficial Beans  
Beneficial Beans is a social enterprise business where adults with autism can gain critical work skills and experience by working in our various locations as interns.  During internships, adults with autism gain critical, general employability skills that can be applied to any job.  Beneficial Beans sells a variety of gifts and coffee products and 100% of proceeds benefit adults with autism.

Bitty and Beau's Coffee
Bitty and Beau’s Coffee creates a path for people with IDD to become more valued, accepted and included in every community. It has shops in Wilmington, NC, Charleston, SC, and Savannah, GA. Bitty & Beau’s Coffee currently employs 60 people with IDD and has been featured on The Today Show, Rachael Ray, CNN, Harry, Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, HLN, People Magazine and Southern Living Magazine. Founder, Amy Wright, was named 2017 CNN Hero of the Year.

Cause Cafe
Our mission is to job train young adults with disabilities. Our young adults with special needs will be working alongside their peers during daytime hours. We ship our Coffee and Baked Goods anywhere.

Dirt Coffee
Dirt is a non-profit coffee truck, based out of Denver, with a mission to train and employ young adults affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Founded in 2013, Dirt Coffee strives to change perspectives in hopes for a more sustainable future for individuals along the spectrum. We proudly serve locally roasted, organic and fairly traded coffee and espresso. Dirt's online store sells coffee, mugs and other goods.

Independent Grounds Cafe 
Inspired by a growing spotlight on employers championing the abilities of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), Lorna Heid decided to do the same in the Kennesaw (GA) community. With a passion for her daughter, for coffee and the community, Independent Grounds Cafe was formed.

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