‘Cups of coffee can save lives’

Brewed Awakening honors Domestic Violence Awareness Day by donating proceeds to a local non-profit.

  • Monday, April 23, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Brewed Awakening asks locals to set a calendar reminder for May 12th and consider grabbing a cup of coffee from the cafe for Domestic Violence Awareness Day.

The coffee could help save lives as all proceeds that day will be donated to a local Snoqualmie Valley Domestic Violence Awareness Non-Profit.

Those interested can go to www.domesticviolenceawarenessnow.com to read more about how Snoqualmie Domestic Violence Awareness, a local non-profit, is working to bring an annual Domestic Violence education assembly to our community to educate our kids and keep them from becoming victims.

In April 2016, the owner lost her beloved best friend to a domestic violence murder leaving her three young children behind. After realizing domestic violence can be minimized with education, Brewed Awakening sought out a local non-profit to partner with for this annual event.

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