No Limits Cafe Commercial
Created by: Raritan High School, Hazlet NJ
Red Bank Lunch Break, Soup Kitchen 411, and No Limits Cafe Come Together
No Limits Café provides a pathway for people with intellectual disabilities to find a job in the service industry
Help for nonprofits: Study show one-third could close within two years
Middletown’s No Limits Cafe Receives $30,000 Surprise Gift
A Middletown cafe that employs people with intellectual disabilities was given a $30,000 donation on ‘The Tamron Hall’ show.
Marcus Lemonis’ Adoptive Mother Inspired His $50 Million Pledge to Help Underserved Communities
“The Profit” host Marcus Lemonis wants to help local restaurants affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in a major way. Under the Lemon-Aid Foundation, Marcus is partnering with a number of charitable organizations to fight food insecurity and to keep local businesses afloat. He joins “Tamron Hall” with a special surprise for Mark and Stephanie Cartier who own No Limits Café, which employs adults with intellectual disabilities.
Howell teen wanted to help brother with autism. What he did helps dozens more.
We’re Open: No Limits Cafe in Red Bank
A New Mission for Nonprofits During the Outbreak: Survival
No Limits Cafe Supports Special Needs Community
Limitless Possibilities: Stephanie & Mark Cartier Working to Crack an Often-Overlooked Glass Ceiling
Restaurant Hires Special Needs Employees
NJ Restaurant Promotes Inclusivity By Hiring Adults With Intellectual Disabilities
A new business in New Jersey is promoting inclusivity in the workplace, making a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities; CBS2’s Ali Bauman reports.