During UK Coffee Week, 29 April – 5 May 2019, thousands of participating coffee shops, retailers and foodservice outlets are fundraising for Project Waterfall
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Starbucks social channels will be showcasing female partners (employees) from across the Starbucks workstreams who are #stronglikecoffee.
Peet’s Coffee has released its annual, limited edition Anniversary Blend which this year specifically highlights and supports women coffee farmers.
On International Women’s Day, Copper Cow Coffee will be donating 20% of all sales to Women for Women International.
UK-based coffee house, Bear, has announced its collaboration with OneByOne’s Dignity Project and the work that they are doing to initiate some regular funding for the scheme.
Bristol-based Extract Coffee Roasters has launched a limited edition espresso called Kickflip, as part of a campaign to encourage skaters to donate their spare boards to charity Ethiopia Skate.
Caribou Coffee has released its Amy’s Blend for 2019, a coffee that pays tribute to the company’s first roastmaster, Amy Erickson, celebrating the way she lived and her enduring legacy of leadership.