Send Coffee to our Troops

We’re Locked and Loaded with Operation ReLoad

 Because it’s equally important to prepare our Men and Women for their return home and transition to civilian life, we’re partnering with Non-Profits & Veteran-Service-Organization to provide information about what’s happening here at home in Our Veteran Community. Educating them on program offerings, services, and training programs awaiting their return – – –

All while enjoying freshly roasted Mission Coffee!

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Raise Money & Support Local

Our custom Coffee Fundraising programs create a further reach into the community than you ever thought possible!

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WNY Veteran Art

Support aspiring local artists! Plus, 50% of your tax-deductible proceeds pays for healthcare and personal services for local Veterans in needs.


Office Coffee with a Veteran Twist

Mission Coffee Rochester within your business or organization can make a profound impact in our community.  Let us show you how.

Veteran Office-Coffee Service

Vocational Rehab with VPAC

VPAC and their partners provides an ideal opportunity to meet all of your educational and training needs in the property maintenance and management fields.  When your training is completed Veterans Plus Assistance Corp. will guide you through their process to begin a rewarding career. For more information Contact VPAC.


You can now send fresh-roasted Mission Coffee directly to our service men and women around the world and include local information about the Veteran Community here in Rochester, letting them know we’re thinking of them and looking forward to their safe and seamless return home
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K9 Companions in Rochester

A program Mission Coffee fully supports is Pawsative for Heroes K9 service-dog program. WNY Heroes launched a program called “Pawsitive for Heroes” in 2014.  The program will pay for service dog training as a result of the help we get from our sponsors. The dogs and their owners go through various courses together, properly preparing the dogs to serve those who’ve served.

No soldier should have to transition back home, alone. 

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