Racine & Me: The Inclusive Bean

Racine & Me: The Inclusive Bean

RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A new coffee shop in Racine promises love brewed with each cup. Amelia & Max Fahnrich are the Co-Founders of the shop. They, alongside Ben Jarosz, a trainee of Inclusive Bean joined us in studio. 

The location is a new non-profit coffee shop in Racine that employs teens and adults with disabilities. Their mission is to provide teens and adults of all abilities the opportunity to gain essential work and social skills focused on building optimal independence within a supportive and loving environment. They opened on March 23rd. 

The Inclusive Bean is a woman-led coffee shop, focused on building a sense of community. As strong advocates for inclusion and neurodiversity, we are dedicated to making the world a better, more accessible, place for individuals with disabilities. Located in Racine, Wisconsin, employing individuals with various cognitive, developmental, and physical disabilities in a place where they are coached, empowered, and trained.

They serve Colectivo coffee and use Bendtsen’s bakery (in Racine).

The Inclusive Bean will be part of a special airing of Racine and Me airing the week of May 22nd. 

If you're interested in working at the coffee shop or to follow them on social media, click below. 





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