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Coffee that Fights Poverty

posted by Tom Davis

Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner?! Soon our tables will be filled with turkeys, hams, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. My favorite time of year. A time when I really want to do something to help others and give gifts that make a difference. Enter a different way to drink you coffee.

Saints Coffee has been providing food for kids in Africa who have nothing to eat for three years. To date, 392,787 meals have been provided simply because you have changed where you have bought your coffee. Food shipments have been sent to Swaziland, South Africa, and Uganda. 
Saints is a small batch roaster that uses Fair Trade coffee. When you order, it is roasted fresh and sent to you within two days. You won’t find fresher coffee. For every pound of coffee you purchase, you will help feed an orphan for an entire month. 
Click here to place an order or Click here to see a selection of gift baskets that include coffee, mugs and stainless steel tumblers. If you chose to order a gift package for a friend, a special note will be sent thanking them and telling them how many children their gift has made possible. Think differently and order some coffee that fights poverty!
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Mercedes

posted October 5, 2010 at 10:54 am


Thanks for that! I will check all those out, as I am a serious coffee drinker, and would love to change the focus of that from my weakness to helping others.
God bless you
Mercedes



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Kevin M Roth

posted October 5, 2010 at 11:45 am


It’s great to see this kind of work being done. Thanks for sharing the story Tom.
Best,
Kevin



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Candice

posted October 5, 2010 at 10:30 pm


I will be buying some this Christmas! Thanks for sharing! I wish all companies would do something like this.



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Tom Davis

posted October 6, 2010 at 12:59 am


Glad to touch the hearts of my fellow caffeine addicts! :) The coffee really is that good. Because it’s so fresh, I have a hard time drinking coffee that’s been sitting in bags for months.



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NRIGirl

posted October 6, 2010 at 11:01 am


Hi! Glad to visit and nice to know of gift options. Will return to try some.
In the meantime, would you care to join for some Coffee with Jesus?!
~ NRIGirl



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