I recently interviewed Rhiannon Pochopin, she is NH through and through being born and raised here and now raising her own family here. Rhiannon is the Coordinator of City Cafe a new coffee shop in Manchester. City Café is a non profit organization started by Grace Capital Church -100% of the proceeds go back to help the community and their mission includes making an impact on the city of Manchester, and in the personal lives of people in the city, and their customers. It is a location to provide great ambience, friendly customer service and a place to come and have fellowship with friends.
Here are a few things you should know about this unique coffee experience:
- City Café has only been open for three weeks but has already been getting quite the buzz from local media and local NH celebs!
- Each monthCity Café will choose a non profit to donate their proceeds
- The coffee that they serve is USDA Organic and Shade Grown certified
- Coffee beans used at the café are directly helping small farmers all over the world
- Some of the non profits that plan to benefit from City Café include: Rise Again Outreach, New Horizons, Families in Transition and Teen Challenge in Manchester.
Want to make a difference and just don’t know how?! Here is your chance:
Buy a cup of coffee: In order to donate funds city café needs customers! They are located at 542 Elm Street in Manchester and are open Monday thru Saturday 7 AM to 3 PM.
Volunteer: If you would like to volunteer at the café you can email Rhiannon at email@example.com
Donate: You can drop off donations in person or mail a check to City Café, 542 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03103
Save the Date: For Friday night May 23rd! City Café will be hosting Drew and Liz Locker of Manchester as they perform live music for the guests!
There are so many wonderful people and agencies making a difference in our own back yards! If you would like me to feature your non profit agency or know of an amazing NH professional giving back let me know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” ― Mother Teresa
Until Next Time-Do Good NH!!!!