Coffee: The Haiti Project uses and sells Haitian coffee in the Dioceses of Milwaukee and Eau Claire because it’s a win-win. Haiti’s economy is supported and the project raises money for our work in Jeannette. Over $40,000 has been raised over the years just by drinking coffee. Moreover, we buy coffee from Singing Rooster — a wonderful, non-profit organization doing great work in Haiti. Singing Rooster meets and exceeds the principles of fair trade.
Singing Rooster coffee is used across the Episcopal Dioceses of Wisconsin at fellowship hour, and parish-level Roosters (coffee-volunteers) hold special sales at fund raising events, church bazaars, holiday fairs and when the bishop makes a visit.
You will find order forms, bulletin insert examples, sign up sheets and more at https://www.singingrooster.org/hp
The Haiti Project is thrilled to announce that Charles Camilli of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Milwaukee has agreed to become the Coordinator of Singing Rooster Coffee sales for the eastern half of the Diocese of Milwaukee. Drink Haitian coffee and support St. Marcs School in Jeannette. Haitian farmers win and children in rural Haiti have access to a school offering high quality education through high school.