Roasters Coffee giving back to Responding to Autism for Community Giving Day
TRI-CITIES, Wash. — All the profits from every Roasters drink sold on Jan. 6 will go to the Responding to Autism Center.
It’s for their Community Giving Day. On the first Monday of every business quarter, they give back their profits from every drink sold to a local organization. The locally owned and operated business will host the day at all of their locations across the Tri-Cities.
The non-profit’s vision is “to guide families and individuals affected by autism and other disabilities to discover their path to inclusion, empowerment, and purpose.” The center is located in Kennewick.
Some of the services they provide include autism screenings, early intervention, social groups, behavioral programs and supports for families.
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