Give BIG Green Bay

by | Feb 6, 2020 | Blog, Get Involved, Give BIG Green Bay, Grounded Cafe, Support Us

One day. BIG Impact.

Support local nonprofits during Give BIG from noon to noon Tuesday 2/18 and Wednesday 2/19!

Thank you for visiting Grounded Cafe, letting us show off some amazing baristas, and helping us celebrate all abilities – one cup at a time! To help us spread more love, we invite you to give BIG on February 18 & 19.

Grounded has special hours for these two days: Tuesday, 2/18 7a – 4p & Wednesday, 2/19 6a – 2p

Dine BIG with Downtown Green Bay
Tue 2/18 12p – 1p at Grounded Cafe

Not only are they building up downtown, they’ll build up your lunch too! Stop in for a delicious Grounded Café lunch, served to you by the team from Downtown Green Bay, Inc. Stick around after lunch – Executive Director, Jeff Mirkes will be giving a brief presentation on the latest and greatest downtown developments..

Sandwich with a soupervisor
Tue 2/18 2p – 4p at Grounded Cafe

Serve-up! Stop down at Grounded Café for a late lunch (or get dinner to-go!) made specially for you by Brown County Board Members.

Coffee by the Cop
Wed 2/19 6a – 7a at Grounded Cafe

Not only do they serve and protect, they will make your morning coffee, too! Stop in for a cup of Grounded Café’s finest joe brewed especially for you by the men and women of GBPD.

What is Give BIG Green Bay?

Give BIG Green Bay is a 24-hour online giving event designed to rally our community around local nonprofits!  Join us to support the important work they do to change lives in our community.

A grant from the Green Bay Packers Foundation will help every dollar you donate go further.

Let’s Give BIG Green Bay! Visit

Donate on February 18-19 | Like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram: groundedcafegb
#groundedcafegb  |  #celebrateabilities  |  #givebiggb

Additional Information & Support

We are here to help you and your family with a wide variety of community resource options. For assistance by phone, or to make an appointment, contact us.

(920) 448-4300 | WI Relay 711

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