Category: grants

Coffee Businesses Eligible to Tap Into the $28.6 Billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund

United States President Joe Biden last Thursday signed the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief and stimulus package, known as the American Rescue Plan. A major component of the bill is...

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US Labor Dept. Awards $5 Million Grant to Address Child Labor and Gender Inequality in Ethiopia

The United States Department of Labor is awarding a $5 million cooperative agreement with the multinational Atlanta-based nonprofit CARE for a project designed to reduce child labor and improve...

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Lexington’s A Cup of Common Wealth Earns Mostra Coffee’s Small Business Award

In partnership with Roast, Mostra Coffee has announced the winner of its small business grant: A Cup of Common Wealth in Lexington, Kentucky. San Diego-based Mostra Coffee, Roast’s 2020...

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ICO, IACO and CABI Launch $14 Million Plan to Improve Food Security for Coffee Farmers in Africa

Three international nonprofits with interests in the coffee sector throughout the African continent have teamed up for an estimated €12 million (approximately $14.2 million USD, as of this writing)...

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ComeTogether.coffee Launches Fund to Support Coffee Shops

As coffee businesses pivot left and right in attempts to navigate the emerging economic landscape carved out by the COVID-19 pandemic, groups supporting those businesses are also making moves....

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In Partnership with Roast, Mostra Coffee Launching $5,000 Small Business Grant

Roast magazine 2020 Roaster of the Year Mostra Coffee will be awarding a $5,000 cash grant and other prizes to a small coffee business this summer. The application period...

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COVIR-20: Bean Voyage Leading Digital Training Program with Women Farmers

The socially driven nonprofit Bean Voyage is entering into new virtual territory with a program designed to empower women smallholder coffee farmers in the COVID-19 era. The group has...

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Ecuador Explores New Specialty Markets with ‘Deforestation-Free Coffee’

Before 2011, Vitaliano Merino’s regular contact with coffee was a cup in the mornings. He owned a 7-hectare cattle farm in Zamora Chinchipe province, in southeastern Ecuador, where his...

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Grounds for Health Earns $175,000 Starbucks Foundation Grant for Ethiopia Project

The Vermont-based nonprofit Grounds for Health is receiving a two-year, $175,000 grant from the Starbucks Foundation that will greatly increase the group’s programming in coffee communities in Ethiopia. The...

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