The brand new Gloria Jean/Jamba Juice in Crown Level is trying to assist out these struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The espresso store and juicery at 122 E. 109th Ave. launched the Cup with a Goal program, wherein it’ll donate 20% of its morning gross sales from 6 to 9 a.m. to the Northwest Indiana Meals Financial institution to assist households in want throughout these arduous occasions.
“We hope to succeed in the group and make good out of their every day spending routines,” the house owners mentioned in a press release. “This previous yr has been an enormous problem to companies and with out the assist of our local people we might haven’t made it to see 2021. And now we actually wanna give again the easiest way we are able to by supporting individuals in want. We’re a regionally owned and operated enterprise and our local people wants our assist now.”
The enterprise is also accepting ideas of different group nonprofits to donate to.
“2020 has been an extended, difficult yr for thus many individuals and enterprise,” the house owners mentioned in a press release. “We wish to say thanks for supporting us, a regionally owned and operated enterprise. To point out our dedication, now we have made it our 2021 decision to be extra concerned and dedicated to our group and be a enterprise that makes a distinction and helps individuals in want.”
Final yr, the Gloria Jean’s, within the Beacon Hill improvement, gave free coffees to well being care employees and supply drivers close to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that has now killed greater than 35,000 People. Later within the yr, it added and co-branded as a Jamba Juice to diversify its enterprise to contains juices, smoothies and different nutritious fare.