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    SILOAM MISSION COFFEE DRIVE

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    Help us supply some much-needed warmth moving into the winter months for the many patrons of Siloam Mission by bringing us your donated coffee and coffee supply items. Specific needs include...

     

    Coffee (preferably grounds, but beans are also gratefully accepted)

    Disposable coffee cups with lids

    Coffee whitener and sugar

    Cash Donations (which can be made anytime on Siloam Mission's website

    Donated product can be accepted in 1 of 3 ways...

     

    Through purchase at any Winnipeg Red River Co-op food store

    By drop-off at our studios at 1445 Pembina Highway, weekdays between 9 am and 4 pm

    Or via drive-thru delivery at Siloam Mission (300 Princess Street) on International Coffee Day - Thursday, October 1st 

    Your coffee contributions can help to brew up positive support for those less fortunate in Winnipeg.

     

    Red River Co-op's Co-operative Coffee is an ethically-sourced collaboration between Co-op and a B.C.-based master roaster, along with suppliers from around the world. Direct trade and fair trade are methods used to source beans in a sustainable and socially-responsible manner. In direct trade, Co-op works directly with small farmers through their roaster Canterbury Coffee to establish coffee bean quality and price to benefit the grower. For more information on this and other Co-op food items, please visit their website.