Only when someone calls her by name does Kiki look up from her work bench. When she does, the “INeverGUp” logo emblazoned on the front of her hoodie is as clear as her smile. Even among the heaps and heaps of electric cables and switches, it’s hard to miss the lime-green hoodies of I Never Give Up (INGU) employees.
There are 16 employees at I Never Give Up, and most, like Kiki, have a disability of some kind. Jim Kane and Mark Friedman started INGU as a way to use the skills and talents of a population often overlooked for employment by providing real work with pay above minimum wage and some benefits.
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