When Gabi was 18 she started looking for jobs but no one would hire her. That’s when her mother decided it was time to start Gabi’s own business and Gabi’s Grounds was born. Today they employ 26 people with various abilities. They advocate for the value, inclusion, and acceptance of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Gabi’s Grounds is making the world a better place for children and others living with IDD. We are so proud of her and her positive impact in the community.