Inland Northwest Lighthouse (INL)

Save the date May 7th for INL Expansion Fiesta

Join Inland Northwest Lighthouse (INL) as we celebrate the grand opening of our newly expanded facility and the increased opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency it will provide for individuals who are blind, Deaf-Blind, and blind with other disabilities in our community.

The INL Expansion Fiesta is a great opportunity to learn more about INL, celebrate increased employment opportunities, and support the mission of INL. We hope that you will join us for the fiesta which will include a ribbon cutting ceremony, the opportunity to learn about our programs and services, a variety of games and activities, great food and snacks, a beer and wine garden, and fun for the whole family!

Click here to RSVP or for more information contact Shawn Dobbs at 509-487-0405.

 

Address: 6405 N. Addison Street | Spokane, WA 99208 [map]
Main:
(509) 487-0405

From left to right: INL workers Rodney Christiansen, Jennifer Marshall, Maria Bradford (sitting), Ron Cook, David Guy, Karl Schaeffler, Mike Robinson

The first satellite operation of The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc., the Inland Northwest Lighthouse (INL) has helped to expand job opportunities to blind people across Washington State. Hiring the first blind employee at INL in June 2008, today we employ 52 blind individuals in Spokane and plan to add more jobs in the year to come. Products currently manufactured at the INL include Quartet/SKILCRAFT co-branded wallboards, hanging file folders, spring-back binders, paper trimmers, and dry-erase easels.

INL Production workers Jeremy Stanton (left) and Mark Shively (right)The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. relies on generous community members to sustain and grow employment opportunities for blind people in the Eastern Washington area. To find out how you can help, please contact Director of Institutional Relations Kate Wiegel at (206) 436-2116 or via e-mail at kwiegel@seattlelh.org.

We are always looking to create new partnerships and relationships with people and organizations that will help us advance our mission of providing employment and services for those who are blind, Deaf-Blind and blind with other disabilities. If you are interested in our hiring process, or have questions about our facility, please contact our Director of Recruiting Kevin Daniel at 1-800-914-7307 or kdaniel@seattlelh.org.

 

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