Mothers Day is coming, so let’s Help Westside Baby by Donating Diapers!
Did you know that 1 in 3 families in America struggle to afford diapers for their children? Without an adequate supply of diapers, many babies are forced to sit in dirty diapers for hours on end, making them more vulnerable to diaper rash, infections, and abuse.
Did you know…
Diapers can’t be purchased using Food Stamps or any other form of government assistance?
Diapers cost up to $100 per month, per baby?
Babies without diapers can be turned away from childcare and moms without childcare can’t go to work?
The fact that this is the reality for so many families is simply unacceptable. I invite you to join me and become a part of the solution by supporting my diaper drive on behalf of WestSide Baby.
WestSide Baby is a nonprofit organization that works to address these issues by providing essential items to local children in need by collecting and distributing diapers, clothing and equipment. I am hosting a diaper drive of my own to help them serve more than 38,000 children this year!
Please bring us a package of diapers to the coffee shop (cash donations are welcome too!)
Thank you in advance for supporting this important diaper drive! Together, we can keep our children safer, healthier, and happier. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
C & P Coffee Company
5612 California Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98136
Greetings and Happy New Year!
Pete, Maddy, Ty and I just returned from a friend’s wedding in Thailand. It was a thrilling trip filled with beautiful colors, enticing flavors and elephants! It was also a wonderful opportunity to reflect, with gratitude, upon the fantastic events of 2018.
It was exactly a year ago that our beloved building was unexpectedly put on market for over a million dollars. Our future seemed bleak and uncertain. I would have never guessed, in those dark January days, that our community would come together to save us. It was during that time, that Pete and I developed new friendships and reinforced old ones. Friends, neighbors and family members rallied to help us, boost our confidence and commit to a new vision for our small business. I will be forever changed by those moments.
The celebration party we had on Father’s day was so much fun. The sun shined on the taco truck in the back yard, kids were running around and the beer was flowing. It was awesome to raise a glass with everyone and toast to our future.
As I look to the new year, I am excited to continue our efforts to support the West Seattle Food Bank, Helpline and West Side Baby. I look forward to hearing your music, poems, paintings and learning more about YOUR hopes, dreams and desires. We are always looking to find new ways to engage with our community and hope you will continue to help us towards this goal.
So three cheers to a new year. Another chance to connect with old friends and hopefully make some new ones.
With love and gratitude,
Cam and Pete
Join us for an evening of incredible food at our annual Paella party to benefit West Seattle Helpline.
Joey Serquinia, second executive chef of The Harvest Vine, will present a paella feast. All ticket sales benefit West Seattle Helpline. wshelpline.org
Ticket price includes paella and one drink.
Tickets can be purchased at C & P Coffee
5612 California Avenue SW
or R.S.V.P. to: email@example.com
The West Seattle Helpline is a nonprofit social service agency offering emergency assistance for our West Seattle and White Center neighbors.
5612 California Ave SW www.candpcoffee.com