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Exciting News: The Blissful Seeds Store Has Officially Opened Its Doors!
Store Hours Tuesday to Sunday 10 AM to 7 PM, Closed Mondays

We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of the Blissful Seeds store! After dedicated and tireless efforts, Rita Saliba and her team have brought their vision to life, and the results are truly remarkable. In just a few short weeks, we will be hosting a spectacular Grand Opening event that promises to be a celebration like no other.

Rita Saliba's unwavering commitment and hard work have led to this momentous occasion. The entire team is bubbling with excitement as we eagerly anticipate the opportunity to present our meticulously crafted products to all of you. We have poured our passion into curating a selection that we believe will captivate your senses and enhance your lives.

We cordially invite you to step into the world of Blissful Seeds and experience the culmination of creativity, dedication, and innovation. Your presence and feedback are invaluable to us, as we strive to continually refine and improve our offerings. Visit us today, explore the products on display, and share your thoughts with us. Your input will guide us on this incredible journey, and we can't wait to hear what you think!

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to welcoming you to the Blissful Seeds store!

Poway nonprofit employing adults with autism, disabilities, opens new store

A non-profit giving adults with autism a place to work finally has a home. Blissful Seeds just opened a brick-and-mortar store in Poway.

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By: Natalie Chuck , Zac Self

POWAY, CA — For nearly three years now, a nonprofit employing adults with autism and other disabilities, has not had its own space to call home.

But in the middle of August, that changed.

Blissful Seeds, a nonprofit started in 2020, just opened a brick-and-mortar store in Poway.

"All this is a dream come true because it is now the way I've always dreamt about it," said Rita Saliba, the CEO and founder.

The storefront is full of goods made by the employees, including candles, soaps, jewelry, and more.

"It really changed my life, I can do something other than just sit at home and do nothing. I can have a job," said Zoe Berl-Hahan, 27, who has worked at the nonprofit for about two years.

The nonprofit was able to sign a 3-year lease for the space thanks to a grant awarded by the Foundation for Developmental Disabilities, according to Saliba.

Blissful Seeds has about a dozen employees now, but this store is a sign of growth for nonprofit.

"People are rallying behind us so we can make it bigger and better and maybe down the line serve way more people than we are serving now," said Saliba.

Anyone who wants to support Blissful Seeds can click here.

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