Products made and sold by
Young Adults with Autism and Other Special Needs
goal is to generate paying jobs
Need 1,000 special gifts for a wedding, shower or corporate event? Or just 1 for a very special birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day? We’ve got you covered! Send us your photo or drawing and we will turn it into something you will enjoy every day. No order too big or too small. Send a description of what you are looking for to firstname.lastname@example.org
Creating social and employment opportunities.
Products sold by Crafters For Life are made, packaged and sold by young adults with autism and other special needs. All proceeds from sales of these products go back into supporting and expanding this program for these individuals. Our goal is to provide paying jobs upon graduation from high school. Read how it all started in the ‘About Us’ page. You can buy these great products by clicking on the ‘ Online Store‘ page above or better yet, stop out and talk to us in person at our next craft show!
10 months ago
Keep in mind that we are heading into the worst season for your car - inside and out. Let this amazing crew get your car beautiful again! Great gift idea! ... See MoreSee Less
Dylan just spent the day with Hugh setting up for tonight. Be sure to stop out! ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow is the event at Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy. Selected Crafters for Life products will be available for purchase so stop out and support this program AND get some great gifts for everyone on your list!Friday is fast approaching! We are excited for a night filled with holiday cheer and fun activities for all ages!
For those planning on attending, please don't forget to click "going" on the event so we can insure we have enough for all!
For those still thinking about it, rsvp is not necessary and we hope to see you there!
For those who can't make it but wish to support the "Oro Recovery Fund" please check out our website for ways to help!
Remember to share, share, and share the event! Look forward to seeing everyone there! ... See MoreSee Less
We have tried a lot of different therapies for Dylan over the years. Here is one that has improved eye contact, strengthened core strength, worked on verbal commands and most importantly - Dylan LOVES Sergio (the horse that he rides)! Thanks Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy! ... See MoreSee Less
Support Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy this Friday while knocking out some holiday shopping! We will have Bill Franklin’s Jewlry, key chains, Kevin’s fire art and more available for purchase so bring your wallet! ... See MoreSee Less
One more reason that I love West Chester University!The West Chester University Alumni Association hosted its annual sensory-friendly Santa event ... See MoreSee Less
Very coolJoin us for a Sensory Friendly Evening with Santa on Thursday, December 5th from 4:30pm-7:30pm! Space is limited and registration is required 🎄
Please register on our website: www.wcualumni.org/eventscalendar?cid=2&ceid=698&cerid=0&cdt=12%2f5%2f2019 ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow is the day!Spongebob in dtown at our shopping event Sunday 11/10 12-1 😃😃😃😃😃 ... See MoreSee Less
Wow! Nobody could have addressed the concerns better. Take 5 mins and watch this entire video by an ACHIEVE graduate from last night’s meeting. ... See MoreSee Less
I love this so much. Thank you for speaking up for everyone involved. It’s very very appreciated.
Such an amazing young man. Thank you Liam for speaking up for all the students who will receive assistance in these programs.
Thank you for sharing and speaking up! This young gentleman is amazing.
A wonderful speech made by a wonderful young man. Liam, you are a beacon for the very complex world we live in.
Love this so much ❤️❤️❤️
Great job Liam!
Way to go Liam!
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