We will use our networks with other non-profit organizations, for profit organizations, and government ministries to secure long term jobs for the mentally disabled people in our society. We will also organize several recreational activities for mentally disabled fellows which include: Entertainment, Agriculture, Building a year round green house, Sensory Games, and Olympic-like sport.
Some of the jobs that mentally challenged people can do include:
- Growing Crop and Green House – This is one of the many opportunities that can be harnessed. Example of high profit crops include: Ginseng (Green Gold). Over the six year period, growers can make as much as $100,000 on a half-acre plot from seeds, rootlets and mature roots Mushrooms – At the current wholesale price of $7 a pound, a growth on a small 10’x10’ land area can make $17,000 Building Green House As farmland disappear, the green house is an effective method of actually growing crops and plant without the actual use of the ground.
- Canning – With proper skill and a good machine, when agricultural produce are canned, the process can fetch a handsome $5 for 1kg net weight produce.
- Food Carts – According to IBISworld Report, the Food Cart Business has grown an average of 9.3% per year over the last 5 years. This means that this is a highly profitable business. Workers can make as much as $35,000 per year.
- Event Planning and Party – Savvy mentally challenged people can as a platform to organize music and movie concerts and this can fetch cash for them. A concert in a 5000 sitting room and an average ticket of $100 can generate $500,000.