Here at the Kula Project we stand #FORTHEFARMER.
We believe that by helping coffee farmers in East Africa produce and sell really great coffee, the farmers themselves will not only be able to provide for their families, but will also be able to provide an education for their children, drastically changing their opportunity landscape and ensuring a better future.
This month, you can stand #FORTHEFARMER too, simply by going out to dinner!
On Thursday, September 24th, we are hosting the third annual #FORTHEFARMER campaign in partnership with several top Atlanta-area restaurants. Each participating restaurant will donate up to 20% of the day’s sales to be invested in our farmers and their families.
While the Sanskrit translation of “kula” is “a community of the heart”, the Swahili translation is “to eat”! Therefore, we feel there is no better way to unite with Kula Project’s cause than around a dinner table.
Invite a group of friends and loved ones to stand #FORTHEFARMER by eating at any of these participating restaurants: Buttermilk Kitchen, Common Quarter, Foundation Social Eatery, Jake’s Ice Cream, Max’s Wine Dive, The Optimist, Osteria Mattone, Sweet Auburn Barbecue, and Table & Main.
Social media active diners can tweet and tag #FORTHEFARMER through Thursday, September 24th, for a chance to win a Kula Project bag filled with Kula merchandise including artisan goods handmade in Rwanda!
We can’t wait to see you there!