Five80 opened in 2013 as an extension of the work that was already taking place through Forgotten Ministries. Sarah Herrian wanted to create a space that welcomed all regardless of social economic status. She found an organization called “One World Everyone Eats” and quickly realized that this was the model we would loosely follow as we moved forward to Enid’s first “Pay What You Can” coffeehouse.
Today, Five80 continues to serve our entire community regardless of the ability to pay or not. Many of our patrons will “pay it forward” so individuals that are without can still have a cold or hot beverage in an environment conducive to all walks of life. We serve a full, fresh to order, lunch menu and offer an array of gourmet teas and coffee beverages. We love serving Enid and love the ability to see our community on a daily basis.
1. New furniture
2. New espresso machine
3. New grinder
4. Funding to support expenses for equipment repairs