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Coffee for a Cause 

Organic, Single Origin, and Freshly Roasted to Order.


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Supreme Blend

Whole Bean or Ground

Quacker's Blend, aka our "House Blend," is handpicked
by our family members from Ethiopia's southern mountains in a small city called Guji. Located in Ethiopia's Oromia region, this area is
known for producing some of the most complex yet balanced Ethiopian coffee.

This unique blend of light and dark roast makes a coffee full of floral and fruity flavors with a little kick on the back end to give us the jolt we all need to start the day off right.

This month we are working with Advocates for Children, sponsors of The Duck Derby. They offer a wide variety of programs designed to help prevent child abuse. They also help children heal from painful family transitions including, separation, divorce, death, illness, and military deployment.


Learn more about their programs at

1 lb Bag:



Organic Yirgacheffe

Whole Bean or Ground

Yirgacheffe is considered one of the top six Ethiopian coffee beans. This organic coffee is smooth and rich with a distinctive floral aroma and fruity brightness. Yirgacheffe (sometimes spelled Yirgachefe) makes a magnificent cup of coffee.


When you purchase a bag of our coffee, you are helping support a great organization. Advocates for Children serve children and youth who have made allegations of sexual or severe physical abuse through its Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC). The reporting process is designed to be a single event overseen and followed up by a multidisciplinary team that includes law enforcement, medical personnel, and child protective services. Additionally, family advocates provide ongoing support for the entire family.

The CAC serves as the site for forensic interviews of children in possible neglect or abuse cases. Through this model, the child has an investigative interview, which is conducted by a trained forensic interviewer. The session is recorded to reduce the need for the child to tell his or her story over and over again.

In addition to conducting the forensic interview, Advocates also provides services to the non-offending caregivers, child victim, and other family members. Services include a needs assessment, referrals to various community resources, connection to the local victim’s rights agency, client education, and ongoing support throughout the investigation, intervention, and treatment process. Referrals are also made to the appropriate medical and therapeutic providers as needed.

Learn more about their programs at

1 lb Bag:



Black Dog Coffee Quakers Blend

Team Winning Combo


Whole Bean or Ground


Our combo is perfect for any coffee lover. Get two pounds of our Supreme Blend, Yirgacheffe, or one bag of each. This is available as a one-time purchase. However, if you subscribe to our monthly coffee service, we will include a free bag of our Almond Biscotti with your first order. You can cancel your subscription at any time.


This month we are working with Advocates for Children, sponsors of the Duck Derby. Your coffee purchase will help fund their programs, including The Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter.


This is a residential program for at-risk youth who have been abused, neglected, and/or sexually exploited or who have runaway and are homeless. The shelter program's goal is to provide safe and stable housing for these youth in the community by partnering with (non-abusive) parents, relatives, foster parents, and adoptive families while maintaining community ties.

The children’s shelter provides a nurturing, supportive home for up to 13 children ages 10-18. Flowering Branch’s dedicated staff provides 24-hour care, 365 days a year. Youth receive trauma-informed case management services, individual and family counseling, youth development activities, social and independent living skills, and assistance with achieving a high school diploma, GED, and college entrance.

In addition to basic care, residents are enriched by services such as after-school tutoring, educational field trips, job readiness and employment assistance, recreational outings, and involvement in activities such as campus clubs, school sports, faith-based opportunities, and extracurricular activities.

Learn more about their programs at

Two 1 lb Bags:



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