CAFÉ is a non-profit organization that advances family and community growth through education. We serve our culturally diverse community providing opportunities in leadership, civic and social engagement, literacy development, and academic advancement.
CAFÉ's alliance with regional partners creates a unified community that seeks to empower all of its members.
CAFÉ es una organización sin fines de lucro que promueve el crecimiento de la familia y la comunidad a través de la educación. Servimos a nuestra comunidad diversa, proporcionando oportunidades de liderazgo, participación cívico y social, y el desarrollo de la alfabetización familiar.
Nuestra alianza con socios regionales crea una comunidad unida que trabaja para empoderar a todos sus miembros.
CAFÉ meetings are held on the
of every month
Food: 5:30PM | Meeting: 6:30PM
Reuniones mensuales de CAFÉ son los
de cada mes
Comida: 5:30PM | Junta: 6:30PM
• Family Education | Educación Familiar
• Community Participation | Participación en Asuntos Civicos y Comuniatrios
• Promoting Leadership | Promoviendo el Liderazgo
• Wenatchee United | Unidos Wenatchee
CAFÉ has partnered with various community organizations and individuals to promote community participation and leadership by taking active measures to create a ONE COMMUNITY movement. While we are centered in Wenatchee, we welcome those near and far.
Scholarships | Becas
Every year we award seven $500 scholarships to the NCW region to high school seniors entering vocational, college, or university studies. With doing so, we have an annual dinner fundraiser to help raise funds as we encourage students to continue in their journey to higher education.
Voting and Citizenship | Votación y Cuidadania
CAFÉ is highly involved in providing information about voter registration (see calendar for our voter registration dates), as well as information about immigration and becoming a citizen of the United States!
Dr. Jorge R. Chacón graduated with a Doctor of Psychology in 2005 from the accredited Southern California University for Professional Studies. He has worked in the counseling field in various capacities since 1969, including experiences as case manager, mental health clinician, educator and administrator.
Alma Chacón graduated with a Masters Degree from the University of Washington. She has 30 plus years experience in the educational field that includes K-12 teaching, principal and administration. Additional experience includes supervision of statewide Bilingual and Title III Programs for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
A current contract with OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) allows her the opportunity for the provision of statewide assistance to school districts specifically for program/curriculum reviews, training and coaching. Specialized training or certifications include:
• K-12 Educator
• Bilingual Education
• ELL Specialist
• Superintendent credentials
• GLAD Tier I & II