REDMOND, Ore. - Last Friday, Dutch Bros Redmond celebrated opening its Highway 97 location by raising $3,554 for Beulah’s Place.
The local nonprofit focuses on providing homeless teens and at-risk kids with help, healing and hope, as well as leading them away from sexual exploitation by criminals and predators.
To raise the funds, and celebrate its grand opening, the Redmond Dutch Bros on Hwy. 97 sold all medium drinks for $1. Those proceeds totaled $3,554, and they will directly benefit at-risk youth in the Redmond area.
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