3223 15th Ave West
Seattle, WA 98119
Since its inception from 2002, Q Cafe is making its mark, it was also named one of the best independent cafes in the country by Worthwhile Magazine. It has hosted countless local musicians through shows and open mic in addition to national musicians such as Ginny Owens, Nickelcreek, Tyrone Wells, Chris Tomlin, and others. Every two months, local artists adorn the walls with their expressions. Hundreds of homeless men and women have been helped through resources collected through the cafe. Two families were given an opportunity to be placed into permanent housing. Over $15,000 have been raised thus far for benevolent and justice causes like the Tsunami Fund, AIDS, Invisible Children, Mercy Corps, etc.
Arts & Culture, Community, Volunteerism & Philanthropy, Disaster Relief, Homeless, Global Relief