Caffeinate for a Cause: a Cup of Coffee Can help save Lives, May 12th at Brewed Awakening

This is the second year local business owner Maggie Kelley will be giving back to support domestic violence awareness and to help the three young children of her best friend who was lost to domestic violence in 2016.

After losing her beloved best friend, Jessica Anderson, Maggie said she realized that domestic violence can be minimized with education. So this year Maggie and her business – Brewed Awakening on Railroad Ave near Meadowbrook Way – sought out a local effort to partner with for  their Domestic Violence Awareness Day campaign.

On Saturday, May 12th you can grab your cup of coffee from Brewed Awakening and all proceeds will be donated to a local effort, Snoqualmie Domestic Violence Awareness, which is working to bring an annual Domestic Violence education assembly to the community to educate kids and keep them from becoming victims.

Maggie said she hoping to raise as much as possible to support a cause that is very important to her – and to help break the silence of domestic violence.

Brewed Awakening is located at  Railroad Ave SE in downtown Snoqualmie.  For more info visit their Facebook page.


Children of Maggie’s best friend, Jessica Anderson

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  • What a fantastic measure Maggie is taking. I will buy a coffee there on the 12th and donate.

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