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Caribou Coffee Drive for Survivors

This Friday and throughout March, Caribou Coffee at 757 Grand Avenue in St. Paul is hosting a coffee drive for the Center for Victims of Torture. Guests can purchase bags of Caribou Coffee to donate to torture survivors who seek care at CVT.

Located in the same neighborhood as our St. Paul Healing Center, this Caribou Coffee is helping you send a warm (and delicious) reminder to torture survivors that people in the Twin Cities support them as they work to rebuild their lives.

A very special thanks to Store Manager Cristy Gurule and her team at Caribou Coffee for their support.

 CVT's St. Paul Healing Center

Rebuilding Lives Tours for Twin Citians

CVT is an international organization with healing initiatives in Minnesota, Africa and the Middle East. But as a Twin Citian, you have the unique opportunity to visit our St. Paul Healing Center and learn first-hand how we help survivors of torture. During our Rebuilding Lives tour, you’ll learn directly from CVT staff -  leaders in torture rehabilitation worldwide - about the sanctuary and healing we provide after the trauma of torture and war.

All tours are from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 5            Wednesday, March 13
Wednesday, April 3         Monday, April 15
Tuesday, May 7                Wednesday, May 15
Wednesday, June 12      Monday, June 24

RSVP to Nora Radtke at 612-436-4820 or nradtke@cvt.org.

 Host CVT Event, June 26 Get To Know CVT at your Home

Invite CVT to your home, place of worship, office or any other spot that is convenient for you and your guests. We'll provide a compelling overview of our work, including stories about the men and women we care for.

Contact Rachel Hughes at 612-436-4859 or rhughes@cvt.org to schedule an event.

 

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