Looking from the outside at a 3,000-square-foot warehouse in an industrial area of Hackensack, New Jersey, you’d never guess what was happening inside.
At REED, we place our students and clients at the center of everything we do. It is thanks to our dedicated staff that we deliver quality support and services for individuals with autism so they can thrive and achieve their full potential throughout their lives.
An anticipated one million teens with autism will age out of their school entitlement programs in the next decade. They’ll be entering a job market where the unemployment rate for adults with autism is a staggering 85%. This type of job landscape is what makes a grant from Someone Else’s Child (SEC), to support the Greens Do Good Workforce Development Program, so critical.
A grant from Someone Else’s Child will support our efforts to provide crucial vocational training and meaningful employment opportunities for teens and adults with autism.
GREENS DO GOOD PARTNERS WITH THE BERGEN COUNTY FOOD SECURITY TASK FORCE TO PROVIDE SURPLUS PRODUCE TO SUPPORT FAMILIES IN NEED
Greens Do Good, a four-season hydroponic vertical farm in Hackensack, NJ part of Reed Next, and the Bergen County Food Security Task Force have formed a partnership to ensure Bergen County residents have access to healthy food options during the pandemic and beyond.