Community Fair Trade Buying Club Order Form
Equal Exchange and the Interfaith Program
In 1986 Equal Exchange was founded to create a new approach to trade based on honest and fair relationships between farmers & consumers and democratic principles. As a worker-owned co-op based in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Equal Exchange partners with some 26 cooperatives of small-scale farmers in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the U.S. who make their own decisions on business and community matters (http://equalexchange.coop/about). The Presbyterian Coffee Project is a partner of Equal Exchange's Interfaith Program, along with United Methodist Relief, Disciples of Christ, Catholic Relief Services, and others. For 2014, Interfaith partners earned over $110,000 for development and farming projects worldwide. For more information: equalexchange.coop/our-partners/interfaith-partners.
The CUPS Coffee club is on hiatus. Please contact Equal Exchange directly to support small farmers worldwide. Thanks for your support over the years!
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