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Caffeinate the Caretakers

Coalition of coffee shops & businesses united

to deliver free coffee to healthcare workers and first responders

Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, Kambs Jennings Group of Compass Mortgage,

necessary & sufficient coffee, and Sip of Hope are teaming up to Caffeinate our Caretakers from

Jan 4th to Feb 28th

Dear Beloved Caretakers,

You've been taking care of our community, now let our community take care of you!

You can visit necessary & sufficient coffee and Sip of Hope Community Coffee Bar in Logan Square for a free brewed coffee drink.

We appreciate your tireless work on the frontlines of the pandemic!

Dear Corporate and

Community Sponsors,

Let's work together to support our community by purchasing coffee from our local business to donate to our healthcare workers!

Donations to Caffeinate The Caretakers can be made through PayPal to Logan Square Chamber of Commerce.


Participating Coffee Shops

necessary & sufficient coffee

3624 W. Wrightwood Ave. Chicago, IL 60647

(310) 663-9633


Mon - Thu: 7:30AM - 3:00PM
Fri: 7:30AM - 4:00PM
Sat & Sun: 8:00AM - 4:00PM


Sip Of Hope

3039 W Fullerton, Chicago, IL 60647

(773) 661-6986

Daily: 8AM - 1PM


About Caffeinate the Caretakers


Caring for our Caretakers takes on special meaning in Logan Square Monday, January 4 when a coalition of coffee shops offer free coffee to healthcare workers.


The Logan Square Chamber of Commerce launches Caffeinate the Caretakers, a hyper-local initiative powered by neighborhood coffee shops necessary & sufficient coffee, Sip of Hope Community Coffee Bar, and Kambs Jennings Group of Compass Mortgage. 


Healthcare workers and first responders receive free brewed coffee drinks starting on January 4 through January 31, 2021 at participating coffee shops in appreciation for their tireless work on the frontlines of the pandemic: necessary & sufficient coffee and Sip of Hope Community Coffee bar. 


Caffeinate the Caretakers is a grassroots, neighborhood program powered by donations from businesses and individuals. The donations support participating coffee shops in the delivery of free coffee to medics, hospital and nursing center care  professionals who have spent nine months on the frontlines of the pandemic. Currently the program is slated to run until the end of January, though program organizers hope to extend the program through ongoing donations beyond January.  


If you'd like to sponsor this initiative, contact Interim Executive Director, Nilda Esparza.

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