Annual Meeting April 15, 2020 POSTPONED
Still at Kindred Kitchen at 5:30 PM, more info to follow...
Exact dates in 2020 to be announced.
The Annual Meeting for 2020 (date TBD) will be held in a new location. Be sure to RSVP at 425-405-9973. SnoCope is supporting the recently built HopeWorks' Kindred Kitchen as part of our ongoing mission of "people helping people."
SnoCope sees this new endeavor as a great opportunity to give back to the community. Kindred Kitchen is within walking distance of the credit union and holding our Annual Meeting at their facility benefits those persons in their restoration programs while simultaneously meeting our needs for a local venue to hold our Annual Meeting. The partnership is a perfect fit. Kindred Kitchen is located at 3315 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201. The Annual Meeting will be held inside the café. Parking is available southward, adjacent to the café and on Broadway Ave. and on the surrounding streets.
When you arrive you will enjoy the casual café environment.
Our buffet will be from 5:30 - 6:00 PM and include:
- Artisan Sandwiches & Wraps
- Market Fresh Platter (Fresh veggies, crostini, garlic-yogurt dip & hummus)
- Fresh Fruit
- Assorted Sweets
- Coffee & Hot Tea
- Tub of Iced Beverages
(We will be using all compostable paper goods.)
Our meeting will start at 6:00 PM.
At the conclusion of the meeting, there will be a door prize drawing.
More About Kindred Kitchen
Kindred Kitchen is more than a café and catering business. As part of the HopeWorks social enterprises, they offer hands-on job training to formerly homeless and low-income individuals who need a fresh start. Kindred Kitchen believes that food is one of life’s most powerful shared experiences. Every meal from Kindred Kitchen is chance to gather and connect with friends and neighbors. To recharge. To slow down and find joy in the moment.
From their locally-sourced ingredients, to their welcoming space, and a service philosophy grounded in dignity and respect, Kindred Kitchen is where the community can feel nourished and cared for. Kindred Kitchen, like all of HopeWorks' social enterprises, is more than a brick-and-mortar business. Nearly every role in their operation, from front-of-house to behind-the-scenes, is filled by someone working their way from adversity to opportunity.
Youth and young adult trainees are given the opportunity to learn the technical skills of food preparation along with the soft skills of workplace success, such as problem solving and customer service. By the end of their internship, trainees have the skills and confidence they need to pursue stable employment and break the cycle of poverty.
More About HopeWorks Social Enterprises
HopeWorks Social Enterprises, is in the business of creating opportunity. Their job training programs provide a rich work and learning experience for individuals who are building their pathway to success. Their business models are impactful. They start with hope, then address any barriers, and provide job training and life skills. They empower participants to embark on sustainable career pathways after graduation from their programs. HopeWorks starts with belief that each member of our community brings valuable strengths. HopeWorks knows that poverty is complex and impacts the community on every level. HopeWorks Social Enterprises (Kindred Kitchen, RenewWorks and GroundWorks) operates businesses that offer quality products and services to the surrounding community. These businesses are also the home for job training programs that build skills and very literally restore hope.
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