Fair Trade Friends: Coffee Kids

Written by Cafe Campesino on Jan 1, 2005 in Fair Trade Friends, NEWSLETTER |

Coffee Kids is an international non-profit organization established to improve the quality of life for children and families who live in coffee-growing communities around the world.

Coffee Kids has helped thousands of children, women, and men in coffee-producing regions in Mexico and Central America to improve the quality of their lives and build more sustainable communities. Their staff works with local non-governmental community organizations in Latin America to create education, health-care, training, and microenterprise programs for coffee farmers and their families. Their projects respect the cultural integrity of local partners, foster independence, and promote long-term self-sufficiency.

Coffee Kids has established the Sumatra Relief Fund to benefit coffee-farming families in Sumatra affected by the earthquake and tsunami disaster in the area of Aceh. Coffee Kids will not take any administration fee. 100% of your contribution will be sent to the PPKGO cooperative. You can make a donation online at http://www.coffeekids.org/donate/

To learn more about Coffee Kids, visit their website at www.coffeekids.org, call them toll-free at 1-800-334-9099 or email them at info@coffeekids.org. You can also write to Coffee Kids at at 1305 Luisa St., Suite C, Santa Fe, NM 87505.

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