Be 1 in a 100!
Our goal is 100 people donating at least $10/month!
Your $10 gift every month – combined with 100 people doing the same thing – will help us create another part-time job for one of our amazing women! Watch the video below and learn more about their stories. These women come to the Coffee Connection with a history of substance abuse, many coming out of prison – that’s what “qualifies” them to work here. And as interns and then employees, they build sustainable recovery and self-sufficient lives for themselves and their families.
Can you give $10 a month to save a life?
Cannonball Cafe will be temporarily closed until labor day
For bean purchases and a cup of our FRESHLY ROASTED coffee or any of our other beverages please stop into either 681 South Avenue or 2271 East Main Street. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Stacey Pum’s story is the story of the Coffee Connection. The story that women in recovery from addiction, trauma and incarceration deserve to have happy lives—and society deserves to benefit from all the skills they have. Read the full story from the Rochester Woman Magazine.
COFFEE CONNECTION IN THE NEWS
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- A renewed call for action Thursday for a coordinated response to deal with the Rochester area's burgeoning opioid epidemic comes after a weekend which saw at least eight suspected heroin overdoses. Four of those people died.
City Councilmember Molly Clifford and County Legislator Jim Sheppard said step one is the formation of a task force. They made the announcement at Women's Coffee Connection on East Main Street.
The shop employs about 30 women, all of whom are living with addiction. Joy Bergfalk, the program's executive director, their drug of choice was heroin.
"The biggest thing we can do is recognize someone with an addiction as a fellow human being," Bergfalk said. (Read the full story.)
Joy Bergfalk Wins the "W" Award
Read the story in the Democrat and Chronicle
Mayor Lovely Warren shows support from City of Rochester