Buy a mattress, give a good night’s sleep!

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You can get a good night’s sleep and give a good night’s sleep at the same time! IFB Solutions has been making mattresses for 80 years. Through the end of December, if you buy any size mattress and box spring, we will donate one to Net Impact’s ‘Good night, Sleep tight’ campaign.”

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Anastasia Powell and Cortney Henderson Join Corporate Communications Team at IFB Solutions

Anastasia Powell

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Manager of Corporate Culture and Internal Communications at IFB Solutions

Anastasia Powell has been promoted to Manager of Corporate Culture and Internal Communications for IFB Solutions, the largest employer of people who are blind.

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Cortney Henderson

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Digital Communications and Social Media Specialist at IFB Solutions

Cortney Henderson has been hired as Digital Communications and Social Media Specialist for IFB Solutions.

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IFB Solutions Wins 14th Employment Growth Award Supporting Jobs for People who are Blind

During its fiscal year 2019, IFB Solutions added nearly 42,000 hours of employment and hired almost 100 people who are blind. Deemed an essential business by the U.S. Department of Defense, the non-proft kept most of its operations running throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The company earned new business by producing more than 100,000 face coverings for the U.S. Air Force, following an initial order of 10,000, and supported hundreds of employees who could not work through its People First Fund. Read more here .

Triad man able to pay bills through IFB Solutions community fund after losing 4 of 5 senses from coronavirus

Wanda Stark, WXII Special Projects Reporter, shares the story of IFB Solutions employee Rod Wilson. Blind since he was 18 years old, he recently lost four of his five senses after being diagnosed with coronavirus, but said he was blessed when a community fund helped him pay his bills while he was quarantined.
Rod has been working at IFB Solutions for 16 years. It helped him find a purpose as a sewing machine operator making shirts for the U.S. Army after serving time in prison for 11 years.
You can view the full story at WXII12 here.