Saturday, November 29, 2008

New Hope Coffee Available for Holiday Giving.

It's that time again!!!!! Please keep New Hope Coffee in mind for your holiday gift giving. We are taking orders now for your holiday gift giving. To place your order go to the American Diner Museum website (click on the New Hope Coffee link on the right to place your order) New Hope Brand Coffee comes in: New Hope Coffee Regular Ground and Regular Whole Bean $11.00 per pound or 2 pounds for $20.00 New Hope Coffee Decaffeinated Ground and Decaffeinated Whole Bean $12.00 per pound or 2 pounds for $22.00(Checks must be made payable to: American Diner Museum)

New Hope Coffee is a great gift idea because with each pound you buy you are giving multiple gifts. First, all profits from the sale of New Hope Coffee go directly back into the New Hope Diner Project to buy materials for our self-sustaining program that provides educational and vocational opportunities to the youth in the care of the Department of Children, Youth & Families, Division of Juvenile Correctional Services.

Second, New Hope Brand Coffee is Certified Fair Trade. Fair Trade Certification empowers farmers and farm workers to lift themselves out of poverty by investing in their farms and communities, protecting the environment, and developing the business skills necessary to compete in the global marketplace.

When you buy New Hope Brand Coffee for the coffee drinker on your shopping list you are also helping to provide for the coffee growers in third world countries a living wage and helping them develop a stronger economic structure in their country.

Third, New Hope Brand Coffee is locally roasted. New Harvest Coffee Roaster is our roaster located in Pawtucket, RI. and by supporting the New Hope Brand Coffee you are also supporting the local economy by supporting a socially conscious, small batch specialty coffee roaster here in Rhode Island.

Finally, New Hope Brand Coffee is always fresh. New Hope Brand Coffee is a perfect blend of bright lively Central American beans complemented with undertones of dark caramel and a dash of dark roast. There is a complex aroma of dried fruit and cinnamon, followed by a light-bodied brew that suggests sweet cider with a hint of citrus.

American Diner Museum

P.O.Box 6022 Providence, Rhode Island 02940, United States
WWW.AMERICANDINERMUSEUM.ORG - American Diner Museum a member of the New Hope Alliance is a Federally recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation and all donations may be tax deductible. The Museum will provide the necessary documentation for tax purposes. However, an appraisal of non monetary gifts will be the responsibility of the donor.