As part of the ABW Spring Rally, Fruits of Labor will present their Seeds of Recovery program.
Seeds of Recovery is a very special American Culinary Federation Certified Quality Culinary and Agricultural Program working with participants in Drug Court across the state of West Virginia that are recovering from addiction.
“Students are with us for three months five days per week at Fruits of Labor’s Café and Bakery in Rainelle. Our customers know that supporting Fruits of Labor means far more than buying fresh produce, bread and bakery products, or a delicious meal – it is a personal, tangible investment in the growth and nurturing of people in their own community and across the state who demonstrate the daily courage it takes to overcome addiction. Our Seeds of Recovery Program already sees significant results in the recovery and healing of our students, with many firmly prepared to reenter the workforce upon completion of our program. With drug addiction plaguing much of the state of West Virginia, we hope to inspire businesses and residents in our community to learn how they can play an active role in community healing – to become part of the solution by banding together and supporting businesses that support the recovery and healing efforts of our friends and neighbors. Please contact us to see how you can volunteer or support this program that is offered free-of-charge to students.”
For more information, visit www.fruitsoflaborinc.com.