Nonprofits  June 22, 2022

Ziggi’s to fundraise for first responders Sunday

MEAD — Colorado-based coffee chain Ziggi’s Coffee Franchise LLC will partner with Revital Colorado to raise money for mental health for first responders. Ziggi’s will donate $1 from every drink ordered in-person or online on June 26.

“We feel passionate about supporting Revital because of the incredible work it does for first responders,” Ziggi’s co-founder and CEO Brandon Knudsen said in a statement. “These individuals run toward the situations that most people run away from, and their mental health and well-being often takes a back seat to their service.”

Revital Colorado, a trade name of Freedom Revived, was founded to support first responders through building connections and spending time outdoors. Revital founder Jordan Long said both Revital and Ziggi’s are focused on the community.

“Everyone feels automatically welcomed at Ziggi’s, you feel like family, and that is our hope with Revital. When first responders and their families connect with us, we want them to feel better about their journey knowing they are fully supported by our organization,” Long said in a statement.

The fundraiser will be conducted through all 52 locations of the drive-thru coffee shop. Ziggi’s was founded in Longmont and is now based in Mead.

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