HELP Cornucopia Continues Legacy Of Service And Food!

HELP Foundation returned to Lakewood earlier this year when they acquired Cornucopia in February and while the name has changed the vital services provided continue to expand. HELP Cornucopia continues to provide people who have disabilities with exemplary vocational training and employment services while serving the community the delicious food that made Cornucopia a local favorite.

Now headquartered in Euclid, HELP was founded in Lakewood in 1965. Marietta Kelly and Joanne McDonnell had children with developmental disabilities and joined with neighbors and friends to improve the lives of so many others facing similar challenges. Today, HELP serves more than 600 individuals each year through homes, apartments, summer programming for children, daytime programs for adults and seniors, and a variety of vocational training programs across northeast Ohio.

HELP Cornucopia’s paid vocational trainees work with professional culinary staff at our Sloane Avenue Vocational Training Center to produce the wonderful food for HELP Cornucopia Catering. Think of us for your next business or community for breakfast and lunch as your support of HELP Cornucopia makes it possible for an individual with a disability to gain and succeed in employment!

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Volume 14, Issue 20, Posted 2:25 PM, 10.16.2018