Gratitude to the Sacramento Community & Information on the Cafe Project

14 Aug

This past weekend was a success!

We celebrated our 6th year with:

Yoga in the Park

Picnicking at the McKinley Park – Duck Pond

Cake and Cupcakes from 2 different bakeries at Gluten Free Specialty

Time at the River Access Point near GFS


2nd Saturday Art Walk guided tour by Melanie

A great time was had and if you missed out, be sure not to miss future adventures and events

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If you picked up a Gift Card numbered 1 to 100, drop into Gluten Free Specialty by the end of August to receive 10% off your next purchase. (:


If you haven’t stopped by our store this summer. Now is the time to do it!
This week, everyone that shops Gluten Free Specialty Grocery and signs in, will be entered to win a gift certificate for $50.

If you donate $5 or more to our Cafe & Grocery Update project, you will be entered to win a gift certificate for $100, a free t-shirt, or 1 of several VIP passes (which will get you in free to all future cafe project VIP events).

Donations can be made via:

Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express, Debit



If you’d like to donate through Paypal or Dwolla, or by credit card (from out of town) email us at:
or for more information on how you can support us in our next endeavor.

You can also mail checks to:
Gluten Free Specialty

c/o Project Cafe Launch
2612 J Street #1
Sacramento, CA 95816

We are currently in need of:

Matching tables & chairs (indoor & outdoor)

Shelving & Display racks

Walk in Fridge & Freezer

Updating on Fridge & Freezer

Computer Upgrade & Update work (to allow us to go online with our web store)


Website Development

Databasing Integration

Interior Design

Cafe Inventory

–> All donations will be going directly toward this project. If you have services you can volunteer or offer at discounted rates, let us know. If you have extra equipment sitting around that could be of use to us. Let us know too.

A Note From Melanie:

Over the last 6 years, I have been amazed at the love and support of the Sacramento community. The Gluten Free Specialty Store began on a ‘wing and a prayer’ and only by the support of the community have we managed to grow to what we are today.

I hope that you will continue to support us as we journey into better ways to serve you.

Thank you for all you do and for all your support!


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