However we do encourage you to buy something at their shop. We are a site dedicated to providing information about coffee social events across the USA!
Please share Deaf Chat Coffee with your friends, co-workers and family members!
If interested in completing an application from one of the links below, please call to schedule an appointment to learn more about these programs.
We will not support those socials at this time but we may reconsider this in the future. The independents have it the best, since they have more stuff like a band playing or other things of interest. Is it hard to start up a Deaf Chat Coffee social on my own near my location? There’s no procedures or requirements at all, really. It began as a website with only 3 coffee places in April, 2003. In fact, it is your responsibility to let us know if you decide to change your social to a different place or change the schedule. Or you can follow us on Twitter.com/Deaf Coffee How do I make change my event on webpage?
Can we have a social at an independent local coffee shop or another chain instead of Starbucks and Tim Hortons? Which state was the first to offer a Deaf Chat Coffee event? It has since expanded to 23 states and 72 Deaf Coffee Chat socials as of October 2004! Can we talk to people about churches and/or services? Please do not do soliciting or bother people about religions at all. Please contact us, must be include the location and e-mail match to the host’s.
The types of places varied – they’d go to a mall, restaurant, bar, you name it. It makes it easier for anybody to find the sites or the dates for meeting when they forget.
Also it is a good way to meet new friends especially if you go out-of-state! Are you really helping coffee shops and not local deaf community events? Maybe you should consider your own deaf-owned coffee shop business.