When there is a disaster like the recent flood, the best stories often come out. Solidarity has been important for a while now. For example, this solidarity affects a cafe owner in Verviers, whose establishment was destroyed by water.
His name is Georges Gophart and he has been running a cafe on his own in Vervier’s Down for years. The cafeteria will benefit from the help of one of his colleagues from Vossler, Antwerp Province. The two do not know each other, but they sell the same beer in their establishment, Pikes-Du’s beer. This Solidarity Coffeer is Jeff Matha: ” I do not know this person, but he sells beer just like me. I saw the situation on television and became emotional. My wife and I thought we could do something to help them “, He explains.
This Sunday, Bergsky’s boss hosted a party in his cafe for his wife’s 50th birthday. So he intended to take advantage of today’s world to build a pot: ” It’s my wife’s birthday, and it’s a big party here, so I said I could donate 10 percent of the proceeds. I do a lottery with envelopes and it will be for him. I do not know him, I never went to Verviers, but he sent me a thank you note “, The coffee maker adds.
The two are scheduled to meet in August or September, Antwerp residents explain when the situation improves.
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