Drinks bought at Roasters Coffee Monday to benefit local foster kids
TRI-CITIES, Wash. — Those who grab a drink at Roasters Coffee Monday will be directly helping to serve local kids in the foster care system.
The local coffee chain said all locations are donating all profits from sales on Monday, June 25 to Royal Family Kids Camp of Pasco.
Royal Family Kids is a Pasco non-profit aiming to provide children of abuse and neglect a week of safety and positive, memory-making experiences through a camp and mentoring club, according to event organizers.
Roaster's Carmichael Drive store manager Blake Clatterbuck said Monday's event is the chain's way of giving back to a community that has been so good to them.
"It's our idea of taking the whole day, everything that we do, and giving back to a good cause," he said. "There's no reason at all not to do it, and it has a way of bringing everyone together."
Clatterbuck said the event is a continuation of the store's monthly Community Giving Day, which kicked off in April.
Folks can participate by making a purchase at any of the chain's Tri-Cities locations on the last Monday of each month.
To learn more about Royal Family Kids, click here.