Soltane's Enterprises offer pathways for personal and professional development. Soltane owns and operates four Phoenixville businesses designed to offer fully integrated vocational opportunities within the local community: Soltane Café, GCGC Greek Yogurt, Community Arts Phoenixville, and the Soltane Store.
"Often a customer has the revelation, 'Oh, I didn't know this was designed to be a place to give work to people with disabilities.' Well, if we didn't have Camphill literature out on the shelves, no one would know! And that's when it feels that the social therapeutic work has arrived. We are just people doing meaningful work that contributes to the world."
"Root & Branch sells beautiful lifestyle products, handcrafted by local and fair trade artisans, and serves as an incubator for small-scale arts enterprises. Root & Branch offers integrated, professional internships tailored to developing the talents of people with diverse abilities, teaching skills for future employment in retail."
"At Sol.Kitchen (formerly known as GCGC Greek Yogurt) we create locally sourced organic soups, salads, and sandwiches. These delicious offerings are enjoyed in our quaint store front in downtown Phoenixville as well as delivered for catering. People with diverse abilities bring their unique talents to our work and strive for excellence in serving the community."
"Community Arts Phoenixville is founded on the belief that art strengthens the bonds between people, builds relationships and community, and nourishes the soul. It is our mission to live out these beliefs in the Phoenixville community through providing quality art education, exhibitions, and community building events."
"With the capacity of our organic and biodynamic nursery behind you, things like starting seeds, potting up, mixing soils, and composting are leveraged for your benefit, the community, and the environment. It’s as if you had a state-of-the-art composter, greenhouse and growing facility in your own backyard, but share it with others- yet another form of inclusion and community."