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The Magic of Water

The theme for March is sustainability: True sustainability is when you’ve located something real, something you can build upon. It’s the lamp that runs on vegetable oil from lunch, or a watering hole you can draw from enough times to plant the family estate around....

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Unique Voting (614 Magazine and YXU)

We have a couple places we are on a ballot. First is 614 Magazine's Annual Readers' Poll. Scroll down to the Coffee Shop section and show us some love! The other ballot is a unique opportunity for us to secure some more funding to reach more of our goals through a...

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We Have a You Tube Channel

We have committed to doing a better job of telling the story of the impact you are creating here at The Roosevelt. We hope these recently published videos will give you a clearer picture of what we are all about. Below is our most recent. You can find the rest at The...

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Dallas News. Fisher Ink. Columbus Dispatch.

We have been getting some great coverage around the planet. Fisher Ink. The undergraduate magazine of The Fisher College of Business did a recent article on our unique business model. Columbus Dispatch. We partnered with Columbus Kindness Month to outfit one...

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Twenty One Pilots – Grammy Winners

We think it always appropriate to re-share our friend, Josh Dun's post, on his support for what we are trying to accomplish at The Roosevelt. Now Twenty One Pilots are Grammy Award winners, iHeart Radio Award winners, and soon to be more. Read Josh's post...

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Food: A Basic Human Right

Here’s what we know about hunger: 7,500 children under the age of five die every day as a result of poor nutrition, according to Food for the Hungry One in eight people worldwide go to bed hungry 795 million people worldwide, or one in nine, don’t have enough food to...

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“The future is dark, which is the best thing the future can be, I think.”

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Birthed in Darkness

“The future is dark, which is the best thing the future can be, I think.” Virginia Woolf wrote this in her journal in 1915 during the height of World War I, and less than six months after a depression that led to an attempt on her own life. As we reflect on National...

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New Video Posts Including This One

We are pushing forward on better communicating through visual media. We built this whole thing on story. We will be working on delivering regular video content for you to see what we are doing, how we are doing it, and who is benefiting. Stayed tuned and enjoy this...

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We/You Have Been Voted #1

The first time Columbus ever heard about us was thanks to Columbus Underground. We were an idea. A dream. A focused and determined vision, but one without a location and funding. Fast forward less than three years later and we have climbed the ladder to #1. In the...

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Your Shop has been nominated and We Need Your Vote.

We started this whole thing to impact as many people as possible. We sought to become a centerpiece of awareness against the injustice of human trafficking. Thanks to your support and our efforts we have been nominated for The Liberator Award. The list of nominees is...

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The Original Online Shirt is back until Nov 11

Many of you might remember before we opened we created an online fundraiser by way of a limited edition shirt and hoodie. Due to overwhelming demand our first Cotton Bureau gear is back up for sale. This product is on line only for 14 days. But, it will ship in time...

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Our Whole Story

Our founder, Kenny Sipes, was recently featured on the Conquering Columbus podcast. This comprehensive interview is a great introduction to what has become The Roosevelt. Kenny covers the ups and downs and what it is like to walk blindly into a entrepreneurial vision....

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We Love to Give Because of You! October 2016 update.

There really are no words for how awesome you are. None. Your commitment to our cause to save lives by making you great coffee is working. Every check we send out we are mind blown by the generosity you are allowing us to create. We hit our one year anniversary on...

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Television Coverage

One day a young lady came in to get coffee. She had never been to The Roosevelt before. She ordered coffee and we struck up a conversation. She then became aware of our social enterprise model. She told us her name was Karina Nova and she was the anchor of the weekend...

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In House Musicians

We have some musicians on staff. They couldn't be more musically different, but we are convinced their talent is stellar. The first is our Springfield barista Micah Bonsell who is married to Jill, to form the duo, Jill and Micah. Our friends at TunedUp did a review on...

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Pop Up Sundays and Not Your Mama’s Craft Market

Not Your Mama's Market is an annual artisan event held Saturday, November 19 from Noon to 6PM at the Greek Orthodox Church. During the rest of the year NYMCM hosts artisan pop ups the second and fourth Sundays of the month. Up to six vendors sell their wares from 10AM...

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Our Gear is Online

We know all of you aren't local. And we know the Holidays are about to be here in no time. So, we built you an online Roosevelt Store. Check it. https://www.rooseveltcoffee.org/shop/

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Our Everyday Occurences

If you want to keep up with our everyday life we suggest checking out our instagram. It is our most popular form of social media. We are also on Snapchat (username:RooseveltCoffee, Twitter, and Facebook. All of these media links are updated several times a...

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