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giving back to the community
We started Succulent Coffee Roasters knowing it could be a force for change in our industry, our community, and our world. Recognizing that we’re stronger together, we’ve partnered with a few of our favorite non-profit organizations to support their extraordinary work.
By becoming a Succulent Coffee Roasters subscriber, you get to join us in this mission. For each subscription you purchase, we’ll donate $2.00 to our partners on a recurring basis. So, every time you receive your coffee, you’re also giving $2.00 to a good cause.
Together, we’re doing good and brewing good.
We invite you to learn about the organizations we’re supporting below!
Trees, Water & People
Trees Water & People’s mission is to improve lives by helping communities to protect, conserve, and manage their natural resources. TWP designs conservation projects throughout Latin America and on U.S. Tribal Lands with one question in mind: How can we improve the environment while creating economic opportunity for local people? The TWP Development Model empowers communities to gain access to resources in a sustainable way. The human stakes around climate vulnerable locations have become critical. TWP offers real solutions and opportunities that change lives and address the roots of migration.
The Steven G. AYA Cancer Research Fund
The Steven G. AYA Cancer Research Funds’ (SGAYA) mission is to support the adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer community through programs of wellness, nutrition, social support, advocacy, and research. In addition, they own and operate Elephants and Tea, a media company with the mission to help AYA patients, survivors and caregivers know they are not alone in their fight with cancer. The Elephant in the room is cancer. Tea is the relief conversation provides. Elephants and Tea is the only magazine written for and by the AYA cancer community telling their story in their own words. All content, including the print version of the magazine, is free to all that need it.