Café Esperanza builds community with pay-what-you-can model

Cafe Esperanza is a pay-what-you-can café. These cafes are popping up in many locations all over the United States. The restaurant-style cafe is a proven method amongst other non-profits. The main goals of this type of non-profit are to help alleviate food insecurity in the community. Bringing people together encourages forming connections and a profound sense of community.

Emily Wolfe is the Executive Director at Cafe Esperanza. Her role is mainly focusing on fundraising and the day-to-day operations. She’s always lending a hand in the kitchen, washing dishes, cooking, and volunteering. Wolfe works alongside her mother, Mary Wolfe, who is the founder of the cafe.

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