It is possible to do good and do well, and some people can start the process with their morning coffee.
On Tuesday, Catholic Relief Services Inc., will begin its CRS Coffee Project. The goal is to market coffee grown by small farmers around the world directly to the nation’s 65 million Catholics.
“We think that this project is important because it has the potential to positively affect the lives of small-scale farmers around the world,” said Joan Neal, the Baltimore-based agency’s deputy executive director for U.S. operations. “It ensures that their families have enough food to eat, and the basics to live are available to them.
“It is a way for individuals and groups to make a profound difference in the lives of coffee farmers and their families,” Neal said.
Actually I am still waiting for the Trini-TEA.