321 Coffee employs adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are all paid above minimum wage. You can support this nonprofit founded by Lindsay Wrege and Michael Evans by grabbing a cuppa at Slot 48 in the Market Shoppes the next time you visit the NC State Farmers Market and/or at their new location at 615 Hillsborough St. in the Bloc83 building (opening spring 2022). In an article on Raleigh Magazine's website, Wrege said: “Eighty percent of adults with IDD are unemployed, and we’re on a mission to change that. I’m proud of how 321 Coffee has been able to successfully create jobs and employ individuals with disabilities in our company. As we expand, we want to help other companies like Pendo employ people with disabilities into their workforce and culture. This is how we can truly scale our impact and create systemic change toward workforce inclusion.” (Pendo is partnering with 321 on a location for employees on the 19th floor of the new Raleigh Crossing tower downtown.) 321 Coffee is working to expand and has a mission to employ over 100 individuals with IDD.