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Kaposia Inc.

Kaposia, Inc. seeks to enhance the community and each individual through finding meaningful employment at competitive wages for people with disabilities, providing employers with competent, motivated & committed employees, and offering retired workers who may be disabled a way to stay vital and active in the community.
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Great story about a good job match. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65Cp3IfVC4A
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Kaposia Inc.
Have you checked out our latest Newsletter? Click the link below to read about Sue's Story and other great things happening at Kaposia.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4pLgtterbG6UGhKV0xKTzdNQjRUdmQ0SHZ4WVBZdWdLbHBZ
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Upcoming Events

Sept 28, 2019 - Annual Fall Gala

Kaposia will be hosting its Annual Fall Gala to help support those in our services, our Gala will feature famous photographer/philanthropist Jeremy Cowart, offer guests a gourmet dinner, and we will be holding a silent auction. This will all take place on Saturday, September 28th at Midland Hills Country Club in Roseville MN. The event includes a silent auction, gourmet meal, entertainment and a positive message regarding prosperity and hope for people with disabilities.

Nov 14, 2019 - Give to the Max Day

Give to the Max Day 2019 is scheduled for Thursday, November 14! Plan to join GiveMN and thousands of Minnesota nonprofits and schools as we raise millions of dollars together for the organizations which make our communities stronger.

May 2, 2020 - Walk for Wheels

Kaposia’s Annual Walk for Wheels in the spring is a free (although pre-registration is necessary), family oriented event that features a walk though a local park, musical entertainment, and a pancake brunch.
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Volunteers are happier and healthier than non-volunteers. In fact, during later life, volunteering is even more beneficial for one's health than exercising and eating well.

Older people who volunteer remain physically functional longer, have more robust psychological well-being, and live longer. However, older people who volunteer are almost always people who volunteered earlier in life.

Health and longevity gains from volunteering come from establishing meaningful volunteer roles before you retire and continuing to volunteer once you arrive in your post-retirement years.