Silver in the City + No Label at the Table = October Puzzle Club

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Silver in the City + No Label at the Table = October Puzzle Club

Silver and the City and No Label at the Table are teaming up in October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month with a Puzzle Subscription Box. Each October, NDEAM celebrates America’s workers with disabilities and reminds employers of the importance of inclusive hiring practices. 10% of Each Puzzle box sold will be donated to Special Olympics of Hamilton County.

Silver and the City and No Label at the Table are teaming up in October for National Disability Employment Awareness Month with a Puzzle Subscription Box. Each October, NDEAM celebrates America’s workers with disabilities and reminds employers of the importance of inclusive hiring practices.  10% of Each Puzzle box sold will be donated to Special Olympics of Hamilton County.

 

“All of us were bunkered down doing puzzles last spring while the stay at home order was in place. We were getting gorgeous, beautiful ones from Silver in the City weekly and the idea just sparked. Our two socially minded businesses would collaborate. It made sense to do so in October and highlight the need for access and opportunity to employment for people with disabilities,” said Shelly Henley, founder of NLAT. Subscriptions orders will be taken and sold throughout the entire month of October shipping weekly in November at https://www.silverinthecity.com/october-puzzle-club.html. Each week for the month of November, subscribers will receive a 1000-piece puzzle curated by employees of No Label at the Table, a cookie from No Label at the Table and a greeting card made by the Indy Makers.

 

Silver in the City is a locally-owned gift and silver jewelry store, with locations on Mass Ave in downtown Indianapolis and on Main Street in Carmel. Silver in the City is celebrating its 20th year in business and its 5th year in the Carmel Arts and Design District. Kristin Kohn, owner of Silver in the City   said, "No Label at the Table has been a valued neighbor to our Carmel store, attracting more customers to Main Street with their specialty baked goods and providing a welcoming space for all in which to work and visit. We are very excited to collaborate with them on the Disability Employment Awareness Month Puzzle Club and raise funds for Special Olympics of Hamilton County."

 

No Label at the Table is a gluten and dairy free food company whose mission is to employ people on the autistic spectrum. They opened their store front on Main Street in Carmel’s Arts and Design District in March of 2018. They employ 21 people on the Autistic Spectrum.  2/3 of young people on the spectrum have no job or educational plans after graduating high school. There is an 85% unemployment rate for adults on the spectrum, according to US Department of Labor.

No Label at the Table Cookies and Bakers

 

The Indy Makers is a collaboration of young entrepreneurs who combine technology with traditional art skills to create unique art, greeting cards, apparel and housewares https://theindymakers.com/

Meet the Indy Makers

 

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