What do they do?
The Menter Foundation is an enterprise providing jobs and skills for the disabled. They make and sell furniture, grow vegetables and offers community arts and crafts courses.
How are they social?
Working to employ and train the disabled builds their confidence. The Menter foundation also uses environmentally sourced materials and has a food-cooperative providing affordable fresh produce to the community.
|Address:||T? Llundain, Cwm-Y-Glo, CAERNARFON, Gwynedd, GB, LL55 4DT|
|Industry:||Eating and drinking places|
|Social benefit:||Disabled people, Elderly, Employment, Disabled people, Elderly, Employment, Disabled people, Elderly, Employment,|
|Company type:||Company limited by guarantee|
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