Roasters raises $3,450 for local autism center
KENNEWICK, Wash. — The Tri-Cities community helped raise more than $3,000 for Community Giving Day hosted by Roasters Coffee.
On Monday, profits from every drink sold will go back to the Responding to Autism Center in Kennewick. Coffee lovers bought enough drinks to raise #3,450.
The company delivered the check on Wednesday to the center. 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.”
Roasters, a locally owned company, hosts the giving day four times a year.