When ABE marketing specialist Brenda Cooke realized she didn't need the brand new 65-cup coffee urn in her kitchen, she didn't have to look far for a recipient: ABE client/ non-profit Hendersonville Rescue Mission serves hot coffee to the homeless in their Day Center, just one of many services they offer to those in need.
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Avery Jackson, ABE’s summer intern, is on the job. Yes, that Jackson—Avery is the daughter of owner and CEO Kevin Jackson! Over the course of the summer, Avery will be spending 200 hours assisting admin staff members with various tasks, with the goal of becoming familiar with different aspects of the family business.
Our non-profit client of the week, Pisgah Legal Services, positively impacts WNC in a myriad of ways. Founded in 1978, Pisgah Legal helps more than 16,000 of the most vulnerable people in our communities annually to meet urgent needs such as housing, safety from abuse, health care and income.
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While it's true that our non-profit client of the week, Meals on Wheels of Asheville-Buncombe County (MOWABC), provides hot, nutritious meals delivered to elderly, homebound persons, that is not the single focus of their mission. Their work ultimately enables the elderly to live in their own homes, among familiar surroundings, and maintain their dignity while aging.
This week we’re giving a huge shoutout to our non-profit client IFB Solutions-Asheville, a branch of IFB Solutions. Across the country, this organization provides people who are blind or visually impaired with new opportunities in the form of employment, training and other services. IFB (Industries for the Blind) believes people who are visually impaired have the right to succeed in every area of life.