Our founder Ewing W. Mays accomplished many great things in his life as a disabled veteran. Initially he toured with a group of disabled veterans and sold war bonds and recruited employees for defense plants. Later he worked tireless hours with the Disabled American Veterans and toured overseas to bring hope to young men who had suffered similar losses. But the accomplishment he was most proud of was founding Mays Mission for the Handicapped in 1972.

Mays always said, “The greatest satisfaction of my life has been the establishment of Mays Mission for the Handicapped which provides jobs and job training for so many handicapped folks. Our objective is to apply good, sound Christian ethics and principals to help our handicapped employees achieve economic stability and independence in their lives.”

Currently over half of our production team consists of persons with disabilities and we are so proud of their accomplishments. But we can’t continue these accomplishments without your help. If you would like to advocate on behalf of people with disabilities and help encourage employers to hire the disabled we have some free brochures that can help you spread the word. Just email us at or call us today and we would be glad to help you out.

Thank you for your support of people with disabilities.

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