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Philanthropy to The Proletariat: Red Thread Good Coffee

Philanthropy to The Proletariat: Red Thread Good Coffee

Red Thread Good Coffee‘s creator, Lynda Sylvester, wants to bring philanthropy to the proletariat. Her Sag Harbor-based business donates two cents of every cup of coffee it sells to local charitable organizations.

Sylvester described Red Thread Good Coffee, locally popular for its original Dreamy blend, as a concept that was egged on by a contradiction of both necessity and comfort. It’s rallying catchphrase is, “Do good–one coffee at a time.”

via Sag Harbor News – Red Thread Coffee: Philanthropy For The Proletariat – 27east.


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