This week in Beyond the Plate, we are excited to introduce Community Entry Services (CES). An incredible Jackson Hole non-profit, CES will be receiving the funds from our off-season fundraising effort from October 29 to November 4.
CES is a local non-profit that supports adults with disabilities and acquired brain injuries in Teton County. They provide a variety of lifelong services to 30 individuals, including affordable housing, daily living skills, vocational services, medication management, residential living skills, community integration and bill payment.
Having a comfortable living environment and support at home is important for everyone. CES is aware of this and in turn, they own two residential houses and provide 24-hour care, 365 days a year to 11 individuals, along with on call support to all CES participants.
CES’ mission is to empower people with disabilities to maximize their independence and lead productive and satisfying lives in the Jackson community.
Buy one entrée, get the second for $2 and 100% of the $2 will be donated to CES this week. We hope you’ll join us as we support CES and the empowerment of our fellow community members.