State legislators tour Vector Industries, hear pitch on employment for those with disabilities

Vector Industries has a message for state and federal bureaucrats: we’re not a sheltered workshop.

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$2 a Mile Campaign: Help Vector Industries keep the buses running

Every weekday, three buses travel out from Vector Industries across Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County to pick up employees. More than half of the 70 employees at Vector, a unique nonprofit business that employs and trains persons with diverse disabilities to enable them to reach their potential as productive community members, wouldn’t be able to get to work without the bus rides.

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On Point: December 2015

As 2015 winds down, Vector Industries will remember this time with gratitude and appreciation. It has been a year of monumental achievement for our organization and we could not have done it without the help of so many.

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Vector Industries opens new location: ‘Real milestone’ in nonprofit’s history

Months of work, and years of planning, came to fruition Monday at the new home for Vector Industries in Waynesboro. The unique nonprofit business had long since outgrown the 27,000 square feet of space that had housed its operations in a complex of buildings on Fairfax Avenue since 1969.

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Vector receives donation from LTD 7

Vector Industries received a donation from LTD 7 for a percentage of proceeds from their Fall market. Owner Lynne Breeden presented the check to Vector last week.

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VSDB students get real-world job experiences at Vector Industries in Waynesboro

Real-world experiences are an important complement to the education that students get at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind in Staunton. A new collaboration between VSDB and Vector Industries in Waynesboro is providing a unique opportunity for a group of five students to gain valuable job skills.

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