Colorado cafe offers meals for “pay-what-you-can” price

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A group focused on giving and community have opened a restaurant in Fort Collins, Colorado that only asks patrons to pay what they can or offer service for their meals.

As reported by The Coloradoan, the non-profit FoCo Cafe opened Thanksgiving Day to offer meals to college students, the elderly or anyone who couldn’t afford to cook their own holiday meals. While no one made reservations, the owners are hopeful for the impact they can make in the future.

Starting Dec. 15, the restaurant will serve lunch Monday through Saturday. In return for the meals, patrons can pay what they can or they can volunteer to work.

Via: The Coloradoan > FoCo Cafe opens on Thanksgiving

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Katie Woods grew up in Columbiana, Ohio. Katie likes reading, writing, enjoying the outdoors and DIY projects.

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