Suspended Coffees

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How do I buy a suspended coffee? It’s simple really. First, you walk into a coffee shop, and instead of buying just one cup of coffee, you buy two or more. You buy one for yourself and one for someone in need. The barista gives you your coffee, then logs the second coffee as “suspended”. The coffee can then be redeemed in a number of ways . What is my money really paying for? You don’t need to worry if your money is going to actually help someone or just to take care of a charity organization and its overhead and expenses, or that the recipient is spending money on something other than its intended purpose. Because you’re donating a suspended item, you are in direct control of how your money is helping another human being. Who am I really helping? This one is a win-win! Your money doesn’t go to another state, country or continent. It stays right in the community. You not only support someone in need, you also support your local business and all its employees, as well as helping to restore a little faith in humanity. Can I buy something other than coffee? Yes! It can be used for more than just coffee. You could buy a hot bowl of nourishing soup, a filling sandwich, a cold drink, fruit, bread, or a full meal. Because of its simplicity, the suspended coffee idea makes it easy to duplicate with other food items. When you donate a suspended item, you’re not only satisfying a person’s immediate need, you may also be helping to restore their dignity. Who is eligible to receive the free coffee/food? A suspended coffee can be for anyone. It can be for the homeless man you pass every day on the street, a stressed student in the middle of exams, or a mom who needs a five minute break. It is not up to us to judge who is in need. If someone asks, then they are in need. It helps remind us that no matter how alone you may feel, there is always someone somewhere who cares. Being alone is the scariest thing in the world, and our desire is to brighten those dark days of loneliness and fear. Yes, it’s just a cup of coffee, but it’s about more than the coffee!

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