#NYLOVESCOFFEE is an initiative to let you contribute coffee to be delivered for free to NYC Hospitals. Odeko is so excited to be a founding company. We believe that a free cup of coffee is a token of appreciation and a way to say thank you for everything our NYC healthcare workers are doing.
Here is how it works: When you purchase coffee on #NYLOVESCOFFEE, your coffee contribution is added together with other individual and corporate contributions. Once we have enough for a delivery, a specialty coffee shop is selected along with a hospital location. Each hospital delivery requires complete coordination with the coffee shop, our delivery team and a hospital department contact.
These are the hospitals we are currently delivering to: Allen School of Health Sciences, Bellevue Hospital, Beth Israel , Elmhurst Hospital, Flushing Hospital, Harlem Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, Harlem Metropolitan Hospital, Kings County Emergency Management, Lenox Hill Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Metropolitan Hospital Center, Montefiore Medical Center, Mount Sinai Morningside , New York Presbyterian, New York Presbyterian Allen Hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell , NYU Langone, SUNY Downstate Brooklyn and more.
We are partnering with specialty coffee shops in New York to deliver fresh hot and iced coffee to hospitals across the city. These coffee purchases keep these small businesses brewing throughout this crisis and send much needed support to those on the frontlines as they care for our community.
The speciality coffee shops that are a part of #NYLOVESCOFFEE are: Bean & Bean Coffee, Bird & Branch Coffee, Birch Coffee, Buunni Coffee, Dough Doughnuts and Everyman Espresso and more.
Big thanks to al our coffee shop partners, Oatly, Fabric Media, Odeko and so many more for making this all happen. Please follow us on instagram for the latest updates on deliveries.
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