Press: Twenty/20 Cafe to Hold Fundraiser for Maranatha Farm Animal Rescue

January 8, 2014 at 8:26 pm

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“Twenty/20 Cafe Presents:” Maranatha Farm Fundraiser

Each month, Twenty/20 Cafe hosts special events geared to cultivating community and fun for those living, working and visiting Bluffton and the surrounding areas.

Bluffton, January 5—Twenty/20 Cafe is going to the dogs on February 1. The Cafe kicks off their 2014 series of “Twenty/20 Cafe Presents” monthly events on Saturday, February 1 from 11-3 with the 1st Annual Reunion for Maranatha Farm Adopted Dogs.

10% of all sales from the event will go directly to Maranatha Farm, a nonprofit located in nearby Ridgeland dedicated to rehabilitating injured and mistreated animals.

“We are all dog lovers at Twenty/20, so we wanted to do something to raise funds for the wonderful work the folks at Maranatha Farm do for animals,” owner Michael Hausman says.

Everyone is encouraged to bring their dogs and enjoy lunch on the outdoor patio of Twenty/20 Cafe, located in the Sungate Medical Plaza right outside the entrance to Sun City in Okatie. Pet owners are also encouraged to bring their own chairs and water bowls to hang out in the parking lot which will be blocked off as well.

“Even if you haven’t adopted from Maranatha Farm, still stop by and learn about the work our rescue does in the community,” Karen Smith of Maranatha Farm says.

Hausman and his wife Annette, who also works at the cafe behind the counter as well as the back office, have always owned pets, including the cafe’s unofficial mascot, Marley, a Rhodesian Ridgeback.

“There will be some special treats for our canine guests too,” Annette says.

About Twenty/20 Cafe

Twenty/20 Cafe’s mission is to bring customers “bites of happiness every day.” They aim to provide guests with quality ingredients from the best suppliers, all fairly priced. They serve breakfast, lunch and snack items along with beer, wine and handcrafted sodas with both indoor and outdoor seating or to-go options as well. For more information, visit their website at


About Maranatha Farm

Maranatha Farm is a 501(c)(3) Organization led by a small group responding to a need for compassionate care of injured and mistreated animals. We have two small Farm devoted to rehabilitation of animals, and can accept anything from horses to hamsters. We accept and work with all breeds. We have limited facility for cats/kittens, but can usually find fosters. Find more information at