The world consumes close to 2.25 BILLION Cups of Coffee every single day.
Now… IMAGINE if instead of coffee, that was 2.25 Billion Cups of Water for people in need.
Well, look no further because Sip4Sip is on a mission to do just that!
Not many people know this but before I started working as a virtual assistant, I was running an instagram account called Coffee of Oz where I took the most basic of photos while traveling around to coffee shops. That was when I had a lot more time on my hands!
But now that I work from home, I still want to be able to try a variety of beans from around Australia and now I can thanks to Sip4Sips delivery of fresh beans to my door every 2 weeks. The addition of being a Buy1Give1 business is the icing on the cake for me as they are making a difference one weeks worth of coffee at a time.
Sip4Sip is on route to become the Wine Club of the coffee world and I couldn’t be more excited.
As an avid coffee drinker myself, nothing makes me happier than to know that with every bag of coffee ordered, Sip4Sip is providing a weeks worth of water supply to those in need in Ethiopia and Malawi.
The process is so simple!
Step 1: Run out of coffee… I know, we hate when that happens.
Step 3: You choose how much coffee you want and how often. One time shop OR subscription. 100% satisfaction guaranteed!
Step 4: Sit back and relax while they deliver it to your door!
Step 5: Enjoy your delicious coffee and be grateful to have water at your disposal.
Their target is to donate the equivalent of 1 million days of water supply for people in need by 2023
To date, Sip4Sip has given over 4200 days of water access via these projects thanks to coffee lovers like you!
WellWishers is a support organisation which funds the construction of Hand-Dug Water Wells in the northern Ethiopia. Since 2002, they have constructed 722 wells.
Every Home Global Concern
Every Home Global Concern engages in projects in both Malawi and Zambia.
Over the course of the past 3 years, a grand total of 217 wells have been constructed for the people in Malawi and Zambia.
Access to safe drinking water is the foundation for the issues of health, education, food, and livelihood. This water is provided via the means of a Bio-Sand Water Filter that lasts up to two decades or more and is able to provide for an entire family in Cambodia
So what do you say?
Are you ready to help them bring 10,000 days of water donations by the end of 2018?
There are only a few months left but I believe that they can make it happen with the help of coffee drinkers all over Australia!
To join in on their mission, check out their Crowdfunding Campain at https://www.pozible.com/project/sip4sip-coffee to help them make a GREAT IMPACT!