2014 Advocacy Award

Joy and woman in project empower

Pediatric and Medicine-Pediatric residents at the University of Rochester have selected Coffee Connection as the 2014 Advocacy Award recipient in recognition of outstanding teaching efforts and excellence in caring for the children of Rochester.

The Coffee Connection provides employment training and job creation for women in recovery from addiction and as a not-for-profit business sells fair trade, organic coffee to retail and wholesale customers. In partnership with Project Empower, they provide comprehensive, continuous support for women on their journey toward sustainable recovery.

Coffee Connection has three locations in Rochester NY:
681 South Avenue | 2271 E. Main Street | 4437 Lake Avenue
(585) 442-2180, 270-8603

Lavender Coffee Connection

Marc Lavender from The Hoekelman Center presenting the 2014 Advocacy Award to Executive Director of Coffee Connection, Joy Bergfalk, and the women in Project Empower.

 

 

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