303 WATER STREET
SO MUCH MORE THAN COFFEE
A BUILDING WITH A MISSION
People often use the word “bright” to describe coffee, and the future is definitely bright at 303 Water Street. Since opening the doors of The Hub, we’ve increased our community-wide volunteer connections by 25%. The expansion at 303 Water Street offers even more opportunities to inspire volunteerism and strengthen local nonprofit organizations.
ACHIEVING OUR VISION OF VOLUNTEERISM
Our expansion helps us achieve our vision of a community where every person discovers their power to make a difference. As more people walk through our doors, they’re introduced to creative and inspiring ways to give back. There’s something for everyone, from purchasing coffee at The Hub to participating in volunteer events at 303 Water Street.
MEETING THE NEEDS OF OUR NONPROFIT PARTNERS
The Volunteer Center supports more than 50 local nonprofit organizations. 303 Water Street will meet a need for low or no-cost meeting and event space for nonprofits. The expansion also strengthens our support through new volunteer connections as we encourage a giving Washington County that embraces community involvement.
As people visit The Hub, interact with our community kitchen, enjoy live entertainment, and join together to support local causes, we strengthen an important sense of community connection. This adds up to more volunteers and an improved quality of life in Washington County!
SUPPORT OUR EXPANSION
Continue the conversation:
Sue Millin, Executive Director
firstname.lastname@example.org | (262) 388-8256 ext. 700
We can’t thank you enough for your support, and we look forward to a future of
giving back to our community together for years to come in Washington County.
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