New, Feel-Good Company ‘We The People Coffee & Tea’ Launches on Kickstarter, Giving Americans an Easy Way to Unite and Give Back to Their Communities ‘One Sip at a Time'

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New beverage company supports community endeavors by allowing customers to donate 10% of their purchase total to local charities. The service offers convenient single sale or monthly subscription packages as it debuts today on crowdfunding website Kickstarter

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Coffee and tea lovers can help organizations that are near and dear to them while doing something they already do everyday – sip from their mugs. 150 million daily coffee and tea drinkers can become a powerful force for compassion and change.

We the People Coffee & Tea, a unique new subscription-based initiative in giving, has launched a service on Kickstarter that makes giving back easy and enjoyable for busy Americans. Buyers shop products on their website and choose a charity within their favorite city to give 10 percent of their total purchase to each month.

We the People Coffee & Tea was born from the motivation to unite the socially-conscious caffeine nation and their communities in a common goal of strengthening the country by strengthening communities. Discounted early-bird specials are currently available on Kickstarter, including prices starting at $15 for a single bag of tea, product rewards like flat-rate shipping and other prizes. Monthly subscriptions for coffee and tea are also available.

Funds raised through the Kickstarter campaign will help the company expand beyond their test market in Boston, to grow and provide support for nonprofit organizations within the Top-100 most populated cities throughout the United States.

“We’re on a mission to inspire a culture of giving, compassion, action and unity throughout the United States” says We the People Coffee & Tea Founder Nicole Reihl. “In today’s fast-paced digital world, we make it easy for busy people to give back regularly to the causes they care most about. Coffee and tea lovers can help organizations that are near and dear to them while doing something they already do everyday – sip from their mugs. 150 million daily coffee and tea drinkers can become a powerful force for compassion and change.”

Reihl believes that sipping together rekindles the American spirit of togetherness in an era of divisive actions and rhetoric. Coffee and tea delivery are available on a monthly subscription and/or one-time basis, but subscriptions are encouraged because it’s the ritual of giving back over and over again that will have the greatest impact on local nonprofits and communities.

Coffee & Tea Available:

  • Citizens’ Blend – Organic Medium Roast: Fresh, nutty and bright, this blend was crafted for the coffee lover who seeks the perfect balance of flavor and roast. A proprietary blend of Sumatra and Peru coffee.
  • Unity Blend – Organic Dark Roast: This blend was crafted for the coffee lover who seeks the deep, lightly smoky, roasted flavor of premium quality coffee beans. A proprietary blend of Honduras, Sumatra and Peru coffee.
  • Brotherhood Breakfast – Organic Black Tea: Our rich, organic loose leaf black tea, has a sweet aroma with notes of caramel and malty oats that will warm your soul. Country of Origin: Sri Lanka, India.
  • Green Goodness – Organic Green Tea: Clean, healthy, smooth and bright, our imperial class organic loose leaf green tea will leave you feeling invigorated and refreshed. Country of Origin: Anhui Province, China.

To learn more and take advantage of early-bird discounts during crowdfunding, visit the We the People Coffee & Tea Kickstarter Campaign Page.

About We the People Coffee & Tea
Company founder Nicole Reihl is certified by The American Barista & Coffee School in Portland, Oregon. She completed her undergraduate education in Boston at Newbury College and Eastern Nazarene College with a focus on Merchandising and Business Management and later earned a Master’s degree in Internet Marketing from Full Sail University. We the People Coffee & Tea is based in Boston – The birthplace of America. For more information, visit http://www.wethepeoplecoffee.com.

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