The Floor Where It Happens

FEATURED SIDE — SWEET POTATO CRUMBLE
Zony Mash Beer Project and Reconcile’s “Black is Beautiful” Imperial Stout infused with Reconcile’s Sweet Potato Crumble will be available for purchase in a few weeks. The goal is to brew a beer that starts conversations about the importance of racial equity both in our community as well as to our young people. Learn More…

Be on the lookout for future updates on when and where you can purchase this new Zony Mash creation. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the “Black is Beautiful” stout will benefit Reconcile’s young people and the work our Program team accomplishes behind the scenes every day, like counseling, life skills workshops, and client assistance grants.In the meantime, you can enjoy the secret ingredient in its original form – as a side item with some of our very best entrées.

Dine in or takeout Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Check out our updated menu or order online, HERE
MEET ONE OF OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS!
On a normal day at Reconcile, with Interns in the building, you would be able to see them on the first floor learning important work and life skills, not just for our Café, but for jobs and opportunities that can propel them towards chasing their dreams.What you don’t see is the work done on our third floor – where 1-on-1 sessions and mock interviews take place — the floor where it happens.

One of Reconcile’s longtime champions and volunteers is Chef Michael Shelton, who offers his time and talent at Reconcile throughout the year specifically during the mock interview process. On Thursday, learn how Chef Mike has made an impact on the lives of our young people, and in turn, how Reconcile has impacted his life.
FAITH’S FULL-TIME JOB JOURNEY…BEGINS NOW!
Congratulations to Faith on landing a full-time job at Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast, which gives her a total of three sources of income to bounce back from the COVID-19 battle against unemployment. Faith will continue her part-time work in the event industry and as a part-time bartender at The Franklin, a fine dining restaurant in the Bywater. She starts her full-time job tomorrow in the wine bar at Avenue Inn. Keep it up, Faith!

Last month, you learned about Faith’s drive, determination, and desire for success. You supported her when she needed it most. And for that, we say THANK YOU!

If you missed last month’s feature on Faith, click the link below:
CafeReconcile.org | Alumni Like Faith Have Hope for the Future
Together, WE ARE RECONCILE.