Coffee with A Cause


A new nonprofit coffee shop in Greenwich opens to train people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in order to develop skills to find permanent employment. Read PDF …

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Renovations begun at Solomon Mead House

Mead House

Renovations to the historic Solomon Mead House on the campus of Second Congregational Church are under way to set the stage for a new nonprofit coffee shop, Coffee for Good. Read the PDF

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Unique Coffee Shop August, 2020

The Greenwich Free Press article focuses on the Coffee for Good training program. Coffee for Good will train people with differing abilities so they can develop the skills and confidence that can lead to future jobs. Read more …

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A Coffee Shop with a Good Purpose 8/2020

Training program to be built for people with differing abilities.

The Greenwich Time feature discusses the start of Coffee for Good as a partnership between two local nonprofits: Abilis and Second Congregational who collaborated to found a new independent nonprofit, Coffee for Good. The new nonprofit business will operate a coffee shop to both employ and train people with differing abilities. The primary goal is…

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Greenwich Sentinel, Greater Good Column 11/15/2019

Chris Franco

Chris Franco’s column recounts his three personal passions: preserving and re-purposing historic buildings, rooting for people to achieve their personal potential and enjoying a good cup of coffee. Chris is the founder and President of The Greenwich Point Conservancy and also serves on the board of Coffee for Good.   Read his article about how these passions…

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