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.
December 7, 2020
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.
Limitless Possibilities: Stephanie & Mark Cartier Working to Crack an Often-Overlooked Glass Ceiling
Story: Cathy Padilla | Photos: Carmela Caracappa
February 28, 2020
Restaurant Hires Special Needs Employees
A New Jersey restaurant is serving up a slice of empowerment by hiring adults with special needs. The No Limits Cafe provides jobs and training to help people living with intellectual disabilities succeed as individuals while making a positive impact in their community. Source: CNN