Roasters Coffee raises money for non-profit for Community Giving Day
TRI-CITIES, Wash. —
Roasters Coffee is used to meeting the needs of coffee and tea drinkers in the Tri-Cities, but on Monday they also helped out a charity.
It's part of the company's Community Giving Day. The profits from every drink sold will be donated to a charity.
This time it's iMPACT! Compassion Center, a non-profit that aims to connect people with needed resources.
Stephen Donley manages the Roasters location in the Southridge area. He says the reaction from customers has been positive.
"It opens the narrative for people to learn about the charity, which is really cool because people don’t know about a lot of the charities in our area that they can donate to or give to or work with to make an impact on our community.”
This is the fifth Community Giving Day Roasters has done. They host them on the last Monday of each month. The company plans to host 12 days in all.
Roasters says they’ve averaged between $2,700 to $3,500 a month for their donations.