We just printed 11,000 newsletters. They were delivered to SWOP to be tabbed, addressed, sorted, and delivered to the Post Office. That is a lot of work done for us by SWOP. How much work is that? Look at the boxes of newsletters behind Cheryl. That is what 11,000 newsletters look like.
Seminole Work Opportunity Program is a private non-profit organization providing vocational, educational, and community based employment training to Developmentally Disabled adults in Seminole and Orange Counties. It has been active since 1980. They provide quality contract services to over 800 businesses in the Central Florida area including ink jet printing, all phases of mail fulfillment, heat sealing, shrink wrapping, shipping crate assembly, grade stakers, political sign assembly, concrete monuments and unique specialty projects.
The long term objective of SWOP is to provide a vocational and educational training program for Developmentally Disabled adults and to stimulate and provide employment opportunities for persons who would otherwise not be able to obtain employment.
We think SWOP provides a win/win for the community and we are proud to support them.