No Label at the Table and Giving Hope
We are proud to be a supporting partner with No Label at the Table. Thank you Current Magazine for letting the community know about this great organization and No Label at the Table for giving us the opportunity to work together and be a partner.
Here is an excerpt from the Current Magazine. No Label at the Table plans to soon open its first storefront in the Carmel Arts & Design District. The food company, which employs people on the autism spectrum, expects to move into 111 W. Main St., Suite 145, although an opening date has not been set.
Founders Shelly Henley and Jeff Wittman started No Label at the Table to help make their autistic son’s dreams of becoming a chef a reality and offer other people with autism an opportunity for meaningful work.
Henley said her son, Jacob, 21, wasn’t verbal enough to make it through a job interview and would likely be relegated to dishwashing position. Like all parents, Henley said she wanted her son to grow up happy and fulfilled.