Dutch Bros. opening will benefit Generation Alive | Business
The newest Dutch Bros. location is set to open on Saturday morning, and once again it will tap into Spokane’s love of caffeine to support a local non-profit organization.
Located at the corner of Francis and Nevada, the coffee favorite will be offering 16 oz. beverages for $1 on Saturday. Opening day proceeds will benefit Generation Alive, a Spokane-based group started by San Francisco Giants player Jeremy Affeldt and his wife Larisa.
“We are so excited to open our sixth location, but this opening is extra special because it benefits Generation Alive,” said owner Kevin Parker.
Generation Alive works to get youth involved in service and compassion projects. One of the ways they’ve done that in Spokane is through the Something to Eat Initiative. The initiative helps local students fundraise and organize meal packing events. Students at Glover Middle School held an event last Spring.
The new Dutch Bros. location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information on Generation Alive click HERE.