Hank Russell
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For Wednesday, April 27

Cause Café Hosts Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting

Who: Stacey Wohl, Owner of Cause Café and Our Coffee with a Cause
Kristin Butcher, Cause Café Chef
Additional Cause Café employees
Elected officials, chamber members and local business persons and residents celebrating the new business

What: Our Coffee with a Cause is pleased to announce the opening of a new storefront location, Cause Café, a full-service eatery that will offer Our Coffee with a Cause brand coffee, along with organic breakfast foods, sandwiches, salads, juices and smoothies. The storefront will also house a warehouse-like area, for processing, packaging and shipping of the Our Coffee with a Cause products and will additionally offer group activities, such as high tea, yoga classes and paint nights.

As part of its community service efforts, Cause Café will integrate individuals with cognitive delays alongside their typically developing peers. The company will also offer private vocational training to developmentally delayed persons for a small fee outside of regular business hours, with the objective being providing them with valuable job experience necessary to finding gainful employment.

When: Wednesday, April 27
1 p.m.

Where: Cause Café
1014 Fort Salonga Road, Fort Salonga, New York

Photo Ops: Stacey Wohl performing the Cause Café ribbon cutting. Elected officials, chamber members and local business persons and residents celebrating the new business. Ms. Wohl and other Cause Café employees assisting guests.

Directions: Long Island Expressway to Exit 53 (Sagtikos Parkway) North toward Kings Park. Keep left to continue onto Sunken Meadow Parkway. Continue for 5.9 miles and then use the right lane to take the New York 25A W ramp toward Huntington. Merge onto Fort Salonga Road, continue for 3.3 miles. The shopping center with Cause Café will be located on the left.

About Our Coffee with a Cause
Our Coffee with a Cause was founded in 2012 in response to the growing need of special-needs individuals on Long Island who require employment opportunities and a learning environment to acquire real-life skills. The family-owned and operated business provides gainful employment to those who might not otherwise have an opportunity. A portion of the business proceeds benefit Our Own Place, a non-profit organization that Stacey Wohl founded to provide unique opportunities to special needs children and their single parents. For more information about Our Coffee with a Cause, visit