Traveling Cheesehead Coffee: Day of the Dead

Traveling Cheesehead Coffee: Day of the Dead

Yes, this is a fundraiser label. You can learn more about it below.

This Day of the Dead Coffee is made with classic Mexican coffee flavors, and all proceeds go to Feeding Baja, a non-profit that helps feed over 75 people each week. So not only will you enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, but you’ll also be helping those in need. What could be better?

Traveling Cheesehead Coffee: Day of the Dead

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I have this amazing friend who has a huge heart. She and her family are Xpats and live in Mexico. They saw a need – people who were surrounded by a lot of children and so poor that they were haveing a difficult time keeping everyone fed.

She connected with other people in the area who were feeding them. However, a lot of these “missionaries” were busy taking pictures of themselves helping people, pictures of the kids (without permission), and offering things that weren’t really needed. Oh – and it all came with a huge dose of religion that they had to sit through for hours first.


Feed. The. Kids.

It’s pretty simple.

Yes, Jesus preached to people as he traveled and helped so many…but I have a difficult time believing he would make kids sit for an hour or two before he would put food in their bellies.

Feeding Baja does more than that though – they don’t just give meals out. They helped build a kitchen so a lady could start her own business. They created and stocked a small office so another woman could teach English lessons – or Spanish lessons to Xpats.

They aren’t just giving the fish – they are teaching them to fish – metaphorically.

So, this label will give them a quarterly check to feed the kids. Show people love by example, not by coertion. I think Jesus would totally approve – after all, isn’t that what we are all supposed to do? The higher we climb, the more people we should reach out to and bring up along with us.

Thank you for helping to feed the kids. You. Are. Awesome.