CIRCLE HOUSE COFFEE DONATES $1,000.00, BACKPACKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO NORTH FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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(Fort Lauderdale) Circle House Coffee Founder Stephen Tulloch and members of the Circle House Coffee team presented a monetary contribution of $1,000.00 and a donation of 120 backpacks, pencils and composition books to North Fork Elementary School on Saturday, May 11th. Funds were raised at the coffee shop during the month of April and from the Stephen Tulloch Foundation.  North Fork Elementary Schoool Principal Rendolyn Amaker, teachers and students joined the Circle House team for the presentation at Circle House Coffee.  

“We enjoyed the opportunity to present the donation to North Fork Elementary School and help children who are in need of backpacks, pencils, composition books and other school supplies,” said Circle House Coffee Founder Stephen Tulloch.  The organizations are selected by Circle House Coffee and the Stephen Tulloch Foundation to receive funds from the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program. Circle House Coffee’s philanthropic vision and mission is to serve its local and global communities.  Circle House Coffee is partnering with local and global charities throughout the year for the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program. The designated beneficiary for the month of May is Heart Gallery of Broward

Circle House Coffee is located at 727 NE 3rdAvenue in Fort Lauderdale.  Circle House Coffee has an extensive selection of handcraft coffee, specialty drinks, beer, wine and delicious food options including sandwiches, Fireman Derek’s pies, Mojo Donuts and pastries. Some unique beverages Circle House Coffee is offering include the opportunity to have your photo, selfie or business logo in your latte.  To learn more about Circle House Coffee, please visit us at our website CircleHouseCoffee.com, or follow us on Instagram @circlehousecoffee, Twitter @circlehouseco or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CircleHouseCoffee/or call (954) 870-6456.

DOLPHINS CANCER CHALLENGE CIRCLE HOUSE COFFEE’S MARCH CHARITY OF THE MONTH

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(Fort Lauderdale) Circle House Coffee’s philanthropic vision and mission is to serve its local and global communities.  Circle House Coffee is partnering with local and global charities throughout the year for the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program. Circle House Coffee made a donation to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge on for $500.  Funds were raised at the coffee shop during the month of March and from the Stephen Tulloch Foundation. 

“We are excited to present the donation to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge to help those affected by cancer. We want our customers and community to join us and be a part of our first Round Up for Charity check presentation,” said Circle House Coffee Founder Stephen Tulloch.  The organizations are selected by Circle House Coffee and the Stephen Tulloch Foundation to receive funds from the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program.

The Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC) was founded in 2010 by the Miami Dolphins organization as the signature initiative of the Foundation’s health area. The DCC’s mission is to improve people’s lives through financial support for innovative cancer research at South Florida’s only academic-based cancer center – Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of UHealth -- the University of Miami Health System. Since its inception, the DCC has raised more than $27.5 million, donating 100 percent of participant-raised funds to Sylvester. For additional information, call (305) 943-6799 or visit www. DolphinsCancerChallenge.com.

“The DCC is immensely grateful for this contribution from Circle House Coffee. Each and every dollar raised makes a difference in our fight to tackle cancer right here in the South Florida community,” DCC Executive Director Jennifer Jehn said.

 

 

NORTH FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IS CIRCLE HOUSE COFFEE’S CHARITY OF THE MONTH

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Circle House Coffee’s philanthropic vision and mission is to serve its local and global communities.  Circle House Coffee will partner with local and global charities throughout the year for the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program. The designated beneficiary for the month of April is North Fork Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale. Money raised will provide backpacks and pencils for the children.   North Fork Elementary School has over 465 kids from PK3 through 5thgrade.  

 

“We are excited to partner with North Fork Elementary School and help the children in our local community with much needed educational supplies including backpacks and pencils,” said Circle House Coffee Founder Stephen Tulloch.  The organizations are selected by Circle House Coffee and the Stephen Tulloch Foundation to receive funds from the Coffee Shop’s “Round Up for Charity” program.