CFI Helps Deliver 300,000 Coffee Pods to Joint Base Lewis-McChord

CFI proudly supports our military veterans year-round and one of the initiatives we take part in is working with Holy Joe's to deliver coffee to the troops. Many do not realize it, but coffee is a comfort to many in the military. 

Army Col. Andrew Lawrence, command chaplain of I Corps says coffee helps "accomplish their mission of creating a sense of community and connection within the military."
"To sit, sip and exchange ideas or engage in conversation are at the heart of what we as military chaplains do and coffee is often a vehicle for engagement," said Lawrence. "The work of Holy Joe's continues to make this possible for our chaplains and religious affairs specialists."


Pictured: CFI driver Ariel B. being presented a challenge coin as a show of appreciation from U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Carter, a religious affairs specialist.

We are happy we get the opportunity to work with Holy Joe's in providing coffee to our troops. As an organization, CFI holds values similar to those of our troops: integrity, commitment, strong work ethic, and a team mentality. We're dedicated to providing our veterans and employees with a supportive environment that rewards excellence and offers boundless growth.

Read more via the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service or the U.S. Army's website.

You can learn more about CFI's True To The Troops initiatives here.

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