manders1185 asked: Dear Management, I am interested in a position with your coffee shop. I am in the process of relocating to Colorado Springs from Loveland, and would like a job while I'm going through graduate school. I used to work for Starbucks almost 10 years ago - I was always put on the coffee bar because I was so fast. I knew customers by name and by drink, even recognizing their vehicle pull up and having the drink already made by the time they got into the store. I would like to send you my resume. :)
Please feel free to come to one of our locations, we are hiring.
3670 New Center Point location, off Powers! AT Powers and North Carefree Cir. Hrs are 5am-10pm Weekdays and Weekends are 6am-10pm. $2 drink thru Thursday the 17th of July! Hop on over and see what great Organic Coffee we have and wonderful Fruit Smoothies.
Kangaroo Coffee at 4th Annual Touch-A-Truck event hosted by JLCS
Hop on by the Touch-A-Truck Event and check out the RooCruiser on Saturday, Febraury 8th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Sunday, Febraury 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Freedom Financial Services Expo Center, on N Nevada. Get in on the raffle for a chance to win one of two Kangaroo Gift Cards along with many other great prizes .
Touch-A-Truck is a fundraising event help by The Junior League of Colorado Springs (JLCS) annually. JLCS is an organization (Founded in 1924) of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the Colorado Springs community through the effective action and leadership of their trained volunteers.
Kangaroo Coffee Donates to PPLD Children’s Division
Kangaroo Coffee donated $400 to the Pikes Peak Library Division in April 2013. The funds are specifically earmarked for use in the children’s section.
Colorado Springs, CO : May 1, 2013 - Kangaroo Coffee is a locally owned and operated business established in 2011. The owners created the Kangaroo Cares program to give back to the community. And this April, the Kangaroo Cares program continued to assist the local community. It donated $400 to the children’s division at the Pikes Peak Library Division http://www.ppld.org/ (PPLD). The library provides excellent programming, books, and other educational opportunities to children in the Pikes Peak area and Kangaroo Coffee is proud to assist in promoting the importance of libraries in our local community.
Kangaroo Coffee believes in providing opportunities to children. Children are the foundation for the future, and toward that end, they continue to donate funds to the Ruth Washburn Cooperative Nursery School (RWCNS). 5% of all sales from the Ruth Washburn gift cards go toward supporting scholarships for children. In April, they also donated to the Children’s Literacy Center.
Kangaroo Coffee enjoys participating in the community and can often be found at various events and functions. Come enjoy quality, organic coffee at these upcoming events:
- May 4, 2013: Children’s Literacy Center, Road Rally. 12:00 noon kick-off at Al Serra South. http://www.childrensliteracycenter.org/events/roadrally. Come and join the race!
- May 18, 2013: Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, 2013 Run to the Shrine post race celebration where kids receive free drinks. http://www.cmzoo.org/guestInformation/events/runtotheshrine.asp
- June 9, 2013: Taste of the Springs, a fundraiser to benefit Care and Share Food Bank. 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Care & Share’s Warehouse 2605 Preamble Point, Colorado Springs, CO
You can visit Kangaroo Coffee’s drive thru located at 434 West Fillmore. And don’t forget to look out for the RooCrusier around town!
kookaburralaugh asked: It's been a while since I stopped by, but the other day I noticed you guys have redone your menu signs. Who did the design work for them?
The Sign Shop
Kangaroo Coffee Assists Local Families Over the Holidays!
Donated $1,000 in toys and 380 pounds in food to families in the Colorado
Springs area for the 2012 holiday season, thank you to all our wonderful
Colorado Springs, CO : January 11, 2013 - Kangaroo Coffee is
a locally owned and operated business established in 2011. The owners created
the Kangaroo Cares program to give
back to the community. And this holiday season Kangaroo Cares continued to assist the local community. It donated $1,000 in toys to the nonprofit On
Eagles Wings. The toys were then
distributed to local families in the Pike’s Peak region by Marty’s Toy Box, a nonprofit that collaborates with On Eagles
Wings. Kangaroo Coffee also raised 380 pounds of food for Care and Share, a nonprofit and that collects food for families in
We love our community!
Kangaroo Coffee donates to local school
Here at Kangaroo Coffee we have created The Kangaroo Cares program in order to give back to the community. It brings us great joy knowing we can enrich the lives of others in our community through our business. Every quarter we make a donation to an organization. This quarter we are donating $400 to the Ruth Washburn Cooperative Nursery School (RWCNS).
Ruth Washburn Nursery School is unique in that it is a “non-profit organization organized as a cooperative, in the belief that it’s educational aims can best be accomplished with the active presence of parents within the school. Parents assist in the classroom and take responsibility for the maintenance, governance, and financial wellbeing of the school, while the school, in turn, provides opportunities for parent education and support. This blending of school and family life eases the child’s transition to the world beyond the family and creates a cooperative community dedicated to providing the richest, most caring environment possible for children” (RWCNS mission).
Kangaroo Coffee finds inspiration on where to donate our money in various ways. I found my inspiration for this particular donation through the band, “Safetysuit.” I am always searching for inspiration in my personal life and ways in which to expand my horizons. On this one particular evening, I found myself in a new and different environment with friends. A touring band began to play, and I slowly became transfixed by their words and performance. Doug Brown, the lead singer, explained how his band was donating money from this tour to Camp Sunshine, a program that provides support to children with life-threatening illnesses, I went online and donated $100 to Camp Sunshine right away.
Safetysuit’s cause made me realize that I wanted to focus on children this quarter, and ongoing support. Ensuring proper development of our children is so important and how better to impact our community than to educate our children in a way that helps them grow into beautiful adults. For more information on the Kangaroo Cares program please visit our webpage at http://www.kangaroocoffeellc.com/cares. You can also follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kangaroo-Coffee/.
2 KIDS DRINKS FREE (8oz), when you purchase a 16oz or 20oz drink with us! All day Sat & Sun the 19th & 20th of May….children must be present.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the 100’s of Mom’s and family’s that came in today. We are so proud to celebrate this special day with you. We will see you soon, Think Hoppy Thoughts!
434 W Fillmore 80907 & 720 S 8th St 80905 & 3670 New Center Pt. 80922
Colorado Springs, CO.
719-373-9230 (fillmore) & 719-291-6663 (8th st)
Mondays - Fridays 5:00 AM - 10 PM
Saturdays 6:00 AM - 10 PM
Sundays 6:00AM - 10 PM