More than 550 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 that do not have jobs.Star

Taking Advantage of Opportunity

2011

Alabama Industries for the Blind

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Supporting the Haiti Earthquake Relief Effort

2010

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind

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High-Growth Career Opportunities

2010

Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI)

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Good Work Equals More Business

2004

ARC Richmond, VA

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Clean Laundry Makes Work

2004

Job Options

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More Hires Than Any Other Employer

2003

SEKRI

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25% Growth

1997

Center Industries

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Blossoming Like a Flower

1996

Melwood

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Spirit of Goodwill Band

1981

Goodwill Industries of South Florida

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Outstanding Service

1981

Black Hills Workshop & Training Center

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Providing Real-World Training and Employment Opportunities

1980

Opportunities and Resources, Inc.

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Great Food Keeps Them Coming

1977

GWS/Goodwill of Lake County

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Incorporating for the Future

1974

SourceAmerica Incorporation

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Early Bird Gets the Worm

1971

New Leaf

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Vision Quest, the Soul of the Agency

1970

Chicago Lighthouse

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From Mops & Brooms to SKILCRAFT

1952

SKILCRAFT

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Providing Boeing with Critical Pieces

1951

The Lighthouse for the Blind

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Supporting the War Effort

1941

Envision

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Outfitting the Nation's Military

1940

Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM)

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Early Beginnings

1938

National Industries for the Blind

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