Inclusion Saturday: March 25

Friday, Mar 24, 2017 by Child & Family Development


inclusionday.pngMonarch NC announces the first ever Inclusion Saturday, a day to support those who celebrate inclusion opportunities, including inclusive hiring practices for persons with an intellectual disability and/or developmental disability.

In North Carolina, March 25th will be a day to support these many businesses and organizations.  

Whether you're a business owner, family member of someone with special needs, or a friendly face with a big heart for those who are close to ours, we invite you to look around the site and help support the millions of hardworking, engaged, and highly motivated employees with I/DD.

Visit their website to read stories, find a business and get involved!


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