Planting Possibilities has a grand plan. It begins with building a commercial greenhouse in Lake County, Indiana to provide employment and job-training opportunities to adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Think about the personal satisfaction you get from performing a job well. Adults with autism and other developmental disabilities also enjoy feeling that same sense of pride and accomplishment.
Unfortunately, two-thirds of adults with disabilities are not working — and that’s when the economy is strong.
It is Planting Possibilities’ goal to provide a nurturing environment where developmentally disabled adults in Northwest Indiana can work toward their own goals of building fulfilling lives through work.
Planting Possibilities is a tax-exempt not-for-profit organization with the mission to provide employment, job skills training, and fulfilling volunteer opportunities for adults with autism and other developmental disabilities in Lake County, Indiana.
It is our goal to build a greenhouse, gift/garden shop, botanical gardens with event space, and, ultimately, adjacent supported living accommodations for employees/trainees in need of such arrangements.
Learn more about us by visiting the links below.
At Planting Possibilities it is our vision to build a greenhouse, gift and garden shop, botanical gardens with event space, and adjacent supported living space for trainees in need.
About Planting Possibilities Leadership Committees Planting Possibilities is in its beginning stages, and at this time the organization is 100% volunteer. All funds generated are dedicated to bringing employment opportunities to adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. Board of
With a grant from the Lake County Community Fund at Legacy Foundation, we’ve begun a gardening and growing education program at Campagna Academy in Schererville, Indiana.