Marley Coffee to Give 50% of all Online Sales to Kicks for Cause Foundation on May 19th

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To celebrate Rohan Marley's birthday, Marley Coffee will donate half of all its proceeds from online sales of coffee and merchandise from to its foundation Kicks for Cause.

Marley Coffee will be celebrating company chairman Rohan Marley’s birthday this Wednesday May 19th, by giving 50% of all proceeds from online sales at to the Kicks for Cause Foundation.

“To celebrate my birthday, I wanted to give back in a really meaningful way. Being avid soccer players ourselves, we firmly believe in the benefits of youth sport. As we grow corporately, we always have to remember our roots,” says Rohan Marley, co-founder and Chairman of Marley Coffee.

About Kicks for Cause Foundation
The Kicks for Cause Foundation (formerly known as the Marley Coffee Foundation) was created in order to give back to those who make Marley Coffee possible and to take responsibility for building healthy, happy communities. At Kicks for Cause, we believe sport enriches children’s lives. The Foundation aims to provide soccer fields and soccer camps to children of the coffee producing communities around the world—beginning in Jamaica.

Marley Coffee works to ensure no children are present or involved with the growing, harvesting or shipment of our coffee beans. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, more children work in agriculture around the world than any other economic sector—Marley Coffee is changing this statistic one bag at a time.

About Marley Coffee
Marley Coffee is an international gourmet coffee company that offers a unique line of blended and single origin coffees. The finest beans are sourced from some of the top growing regions in the world, Central and South America, and the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia. All of the coffees are sustainably grown and certified organic by the USDA and PACS Canada. Partial proceeds from the sale of Marley Coffee go towards its foundation Kicks for Cause, a non-profit dedicated to bringing soccer to urban centers.


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