Breckenridge eatery to benefit care clinic |

Breckenridge eatery to benefit care clinic

A few times a year, Amazing Grace Natural Eatery in Breckenridge chooses a local nonprofit to be the beneficiary of its Good at the Grace program, donating 100 percent of their day’s profits. This Saturday, the eatery has chosen to benefit the Summit Community Care Clinic. They are calling the event Scones for the Soul, Bread for the Clinic.

Cafe owner Monique Merrill said they picked the clinic for the benefit because customers and employees are always speaking so highly of it.

“Any kind of health care we can make more affordable is always a good thing,” she said.

The day’s event coincides with the clinic’s annual fundraiser, Soup for the Soul, Bread for the Clinic, which takes place that night at Copper.

Karen Ponds, the clinic’s director of development and administration, said it’s wonderful the eatery chose to benefit the medical facility, and they will be giving back to numerous people.

The Soup for the Soul, Bread for the Clinic fundraiser is currently sold out, but Ponds said people can still give by buying food at Amazing Grace, or giving via their mobile phones. Donors can text “IGIVE,” and the amount of their pledge, to 9 10 11. Clinic staff will then follow-up.

Amazing Grace is located at 213 Lincoln Avenue in Breckenridge.

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