$18,000 to fund efforts to support women in coffee growing communities
Grant Proposals Now Being Accepted!
Another successful JavaJog in Seattle brought together nearly 100 runners and walkers for fun, camaraderie and a great cause April 21st at South Lake Union Park in Seattle. Thanks to our valuable sponsors and many volunteers and fundraisers, JavaJog 2017 raised $18,000 which can now be allocated to projects that invest in women in coffee producing communities around the world.
Top fundraisers this year were Elizabeth Goldblatt ($3315), Baratza ($1425) and Kimberly Easson ($900). Starbucks made a $3000 contribution to the cause, and race registrations for nearly 100 runners and walkers brought the total funds raised to just under $18,000.
Grant proposals are being accepted through June 21st. Please find the application and information about the process here.