Nearly 600 community-based nonprofit agencies take part in the AbilityOne® Program. In partnership with these groups, we're finding work for the 11 million working age Americans with disabilities who do not have jobs.Star

REASON #5

National Industries for the Blind

Early Beginnings

1938 Expand

REASON #7

Envision

Supporting the War Effort

1941 Expand

REASON #22

SKILCRAFT

From Mops & Brooms to SKILCRAFT

1952 Expand

REASON #61

The Lighthouse for the Blind

Providing Boeing with Critical Pieces

1951 Expand

REASON #11

New Leaf

Early Bird Gets the Worm

1971 Expand

REASON #56

SourceAmerica Incorporation

Incorporating for the Future

1974 Expand

REASON #8

Melwood

Blossoming Like a Flower

1996 Expand

REASON #67

Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI)

High-Growth Career Opportunities

2010 Expand

REASON #9

Black Hills Workshop & Training Center

Outstanding Service

1981 Expand

REASON #13

Chicago Lighthouse

Vision Quest, the Soul of the Agency

1970 Expand

REASON #69

GWS/Goodwill of Lake County

Great Food Keeps Them Coming

1977 Expand

REASON #17

Center Industries

25% Growth

1997 Expand

REASON #47

Goodwill Industries of South Florida

Spirit of Goodwill Band

1981 Expand

REASON #15

Opportunities and Resources, Inc.

Providing Real-World Training and Employment Opportunities

1980 Expand

REASON #12

SEKRI

More Hires Than Any Other Employer

2003 Expand

REASON #16

Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM)

Outfitting the Nation's Military

1940 Expand

REASON #14

Job Options

Clean Laundry Makes Work

2004 Expand

REASON #66

ARC Richmond, VA

Good Work Equals More Business

2004 Expand

REASON #10

Alabama Industries for the Blind

Taking Advantage of Opportunity

2011 Expand

REASON #50

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind

Supporting the Haiti Earthquake Relief Effort

2010 Expand