Curated Gift Box: The Original Coffee Box | A Latte Love

DESCRIPTION

This ready-to-gift curated box is for the man in your life - a way to say "You're the man!" and empower women across the globe.

  • Greeting Card that reads "Words Cannon Espresso How Much You Bean to Me"
  • Hand carved wooden coffee scoop made by Itza Wood in Guatemala
  • Ceramic Mercy House Global Coffee mug made by Prodigal Pottery in Alabama
  • A 4 ounce bag of our Mercy House Global Blend Ground Coffee

Every item in this box is Fair Trade, provides a dignified job for an artisan, and empowers families living in desperate situations around the world.  

DETAILS

4 Fair Trade Items

Paper items printed in the USA, all proceeds go to support Rehema House, our maternal rescue center in Kenya

IMPACT

Itza Wood is social venture working in the heart of the Guatemalan jungle to handcraft quality furnishings and woodwares out of sustainable and locally sourced wood. At Itza Wood, the mission is to break the cycle of poverty in the Peten region of Guatemala. By providing education and employment opportunities to local residents through our enterprise, they have the power to celebrate the traditions and people of Peten while crafting better futures with our products.  Their woodwares are hand-crafted, ensuring each product is not only a unique work of art but is also an expression of the Guatemalan jungle and a testament to the beauty and biodiversity of this region.

Prodigal Pottery's mission is to provide a safe and therapeutic work environment for women in need that develops healthy professional skills, interpersonal relationships and spiritual depth. They transform the lives of at-risk women by providing them with meaningful employment, while equipping our staff with the entrepreneurial skills needed to succeed.

Our Mercy House Coffee Blend is sure to wake you up with vanilla, dark chocolate, and hints of honey comprised of beans from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Sumatra. Airship Coffee is better than fair trade! They work directly with farmers to improve their lives. 

 




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