Casey's Cookies is in need of volunteers to help with cookie deliveries in the Saint Petersburg area on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. If you can help one afternoon a week, please call Tanisha or Taryn at Casey's Cookies, 727-388-4150!Welcome to Casey's Cookies, a 501(c)(3) Florida Not-For-Profit Social Enterprise. Our mission is to promote independence and improve the quality of life for developmentally and physically disabled adults through training and employment, and to develop a residential community in the Tampa Bay area where Casey's Cookies employees can live and work in a safe and nurturing environment. Unlike social service agencies, our model will allow us to become self-sustaining. By purchasing cookies and gift trays from Casey's Cookies you help us achieve our mission of gaining financial independence. Want to know more? Contact Us!
Casey's Cookies Featured in Tampa Bay Times
Read the Special Ingredients news story by John Cox that appeared in the December 3rd edition of the Tampa Bay Times.
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THE CASEY PROJECT MISSION
Mentally disabled adults are as vulnerable as small children -- trusting far more than they should, and loving those who show even the slightest kindness. But, itís difficult for them to find their place in society once they leave school. Learn how we are trying to make a difference in the lives of disabled adults...
Casey's Cookies Logo Change
Our organization will be called The Casey Project, but our cookies will still be referred to as Casey's Cookies. They are the same wonderful cookies that youíve come to know and love. Our name is changing, but our mission is the same. This change will enable us to broaden the range of activities for our disabled participants, and will hopefully allow us to serve an even larger population through training and employment.
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Learn how Casey's Cookies was created, plus tips and encouragement for parents of special needs children and other social entrepreneurs who would like to start a not-for-profit business that employs the disabled.
Casey was born with Goldenhar Syndrome, a congenital birth defect that includes deformities of the face and spine, and in some cases mental retardation. Casey is the daughter of the couple that helped establish Casey's Cookies. Read More...
Caseys Cookies launches cookie sales at Angels after Dark charity event
St Petersburg's Northeast Journal featured Casey's Cookies on the cover of its November edition. Read the full story, reprinted courtesy of the Northeast Journal and Rob Baynard.
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We Exceed Required sanitation procedures when making Casey's Cookies
Casey's Cookies are prepared under the supervision of trained volunteers in a fully-licensed commercial kitchen located in Largo, Florida. Florida has strict rules governing food preparation. In addition to preparing the cookies in a state licensed commercial kitchen and having the necessary health permits, a certified food handler must be present, and all participants are required to be trained in proper sanitation practices. We further require all of our bakers to wear plastic gloves, and hats or hairnets. Learn More
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