A package free shopping site in Toronto has opened up shop to people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to sell gifts and other items.
The site, called Autism Gifts, was launched by two former Toronto Police officers in 2016.
The website offers online and physical items to be shipped to people on the autism spectrum.
The company said they aim to be able to fulfill orders within two weeks.
The founders say they want to offer items like clothing, blankets, toys, art supplies, and a few more that have not been available on the internet.
They also want to provide services like online support, a social media presence and more.
The business is currently in the process of expanding to more locations in the city.
The online store is open to anyone with an autism spectrum disorder who lives in Toronto.
It has a store location in the Downtown Eastside.
The store was originally opened in 2016 and is now part of a larger project with Toronto’s Downtown East Side.
The project has been funded by the Ontario Autism Society, which is offering a $1,000 donation towards the project.
The city is also supporting the project by providing $100,000 in funding for the project to help with the project’s initial operational costs.
Toronto Mayor John Tory said in a news release the initiative is about providing a safe space for those who are in need of help.
“There are a lot of people with a disability who are struggling in this city, who may need assistance and support to get through life,” he said.
The website will be accessible through Google Maps and will be open from Monday to Thursday.”
This project has really opened up an avenue for people who are on the autistic spectrum to get a safe place to be.”
The website will be accessible through Google Maps and will be open from Monday to Thursday.
The Toronto Police Department and the Downtown Toronto District Health Authority will be taking over the business.