Here’s a snapshot of what we do:
- Who We Are?
Green Street Books manages an e-commerce operation in San Jose, California. Every part of our organization is dedicated to the employment and hiring of any adult with intellectual or developmental challenges. Our operation is managed and operated by neurodiverse adults (Adults with intellectual and developmental challenges) working in an intellectual capacity within the workplace. Our employees hold the company’s reputation in their hands. With over 20 years of combined experience, our team has earned over 35,000 customer feedbacks with between a 99% to 100% rating on accuracy & customer satisfaction, the highest rating of any online operation. We welcome visits to showcase our employees and their incredible work and dedication.
- What We Do?
We build partnerships with other non-profit organizations that benefit any community hiring and training adults with any challenges or providing socially beneficial causes.
Green Street provides proprietary E-Commerce software and hardware for e-tailing. Our software and hardware is built around the hiring and training of any adult overcoming a variety of challenges or to provide a direct benefit to local nonprofits (An example would be local Friends of Libraries groups).
Green Street Books manages all hardware, software, and logistics for The Green Street Works Foundation & any nonprofit in our partner network.
Green Street Books team is compensated solely on the sale of items online and not exceeding 20% of the gross sale price. No member of Green Street Books receives any compensation or benefits from our Foundation or nonprofit partners.
- Green Street Books also has a Vendor/ Seller agreement with the Green Street Works Foundation to sell donations received by the Foundation, and split net revenues after expenses. This enables the Foundation to then use funds to support Training Classes for members of the neurodiverse community, in preparation for potential job opportunities at other E-Commerce businesses in Silicon Valley. The Neurodiverse Community has an employment rate of a little over 1 person in 10, so what we do to support the Green Street Works Foundation is geared toward changing that 1 job at a time.