- 12 members of our Rèv family were employed at the café
- 5 young adults started their college or university education
- Our top selling items were the nuggets & fries combo and the oreo frappuccino. The staff made 1,172 combos and 1,242 frappucinnos !!
- We featured and sold products from 7 local artists and businesses
- 1,080 pounds of coffee were bought from local roasters and farmers
- We were closed for 41 days due to the assassination, kidnappings, and lockdowns
- And through it all, we continued to trust 1 awesome God for protection and provision!
Where We Are Now
Through an outpouring of help from a whole lot of people, today we celebrate one year of the café being open. But we’re celebrating a journey that began long before that. We celebrate the interns who tested muffin recipes at Amber’s house in 2019. We celebrate the countless donors who rallied around this dream. The people who flew to us in Haiti to build us sturdy shelves and furniture. The café staff who show up every day, step out of their comfort zones, and learn new skills. Looking back on what has gone into this journey so far, I’m celebrating a lot today – but most importantly the grace, love, and protection we have received in abundance from Jesus.
Our Team on Opening Day (Cafe director Leeanne Leary pictured in center)