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30
May

CAFE 180 Interns

CAFE 180® was thrilled to welcome two fabulous interns this past May: Oakley Wurzweiler and Teagan Kim.  Both are graduating seniors from Kent Denver, a private school located near our Englewood location. Teagan primarily served in the CAFE kitchen while Oakley spent most of her time in the garden, cultivating vegetables that will later be […]

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15
May

Volunteer Leaves a Legacy of Hope and Connection at CAFE 180®

Volunteers are at the heart of how CAFE 180® seeks to reduce hunger in our community.  Not only does our “pay what you can” model encourage anyone to give their time and energy in exchange for a delicious meal, but the daily operations of the CAFE depend on the support of regular volunteers such as […]

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24
May

Project Angel Heart Collaborates with Café 180 for Chefs 180 Fundraiser

More than fifty people gathered at Café 180 on Friday, July 24, 2015 to savor specialties served by Chef Jon Emanuel, head chef of Project Angel Heart, a Denver area nonprofit dedicated to delivering free, nutritious meals to those suffering from life-threatening illnesses.  The crowd came for Chefs 180, the chief fundraiser supporting the work […]

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23
May

CAFE 180® Hosting Free Thanksgiving Feast in Englewood

CAFE 180® is hosting our annual complimentary Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 26 from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Free and open to everyone, the Thanksgiving dinner will be catered by Footers Catering and take place at CAFE 180’s location on Broadway in Englewood. Each year, CAFE 180 offers a full Thanksgiving meal and a […]

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23
May

Thank You to the Kettering Foundation for Supporting CAFE 180

CAFE 180 would like to issue a huge thank you to Charlie and Lisa Kettering for awarding CAFE 180 a very generous grant through the Kettering Foundation.  Your caring support of CAFE 180 will make a great difference in the lives of thousands who frequent the cafe in Englewood. CAFE 180 strives to feed all […]

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19
May

CAFE 180 Community Garden: How does your garden grow?

CAFE 180 Community garden volunteer,  Kathy DiPietro, writes about her experience in the garden: Much of the time I spend helping CAFE 180 is spent in the community garden at a Bishop Elementary School. I am not sure if it is the excitement of seeing seeds grow into vegetables or the knowledge that eating these […]

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18
May

Meet CAFE 180 Patron and Volunteer, Richard Sparks

To say Richard Sparks is an accomplished musician is a bit of an understatement.  He played violin in the Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra. He received a degree in musical composition from the University of Colorado Boulder and went to grad school at Northwestern.  He toured the country playing fiddle for the bluegrass band Pilgrim’s Progress, […]

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02
May

Food Day: Taking a Total 180

– Posted by Sarah Lesyinski & Alyssa Viars We all know how important good food is. Good food nurtures the body, is produced in a way that fosters the wellbeing of farm workers, food workers, animals, and the environment, and well… it tastes good! But good food is also a catalyst for connecting those who […]

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