Buy Coffee. Feed the World. Through our sister company, you can also help feed those in need every day through the coffee you drink! Every bag of Javesca Coffee purchased also provides 4 meals for individuals living in persistent hunger. Javesca Feeds helps to administer the feeding supported through sales of Javesca Coffee.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Dream Center
Javesca Feeds is delighted to support the Charlotte Mecklenburg Dream Center as a local, front-line partner to feed local children and families in need and homeless individuals in Charlotte-area communities. Their Mobile Food Market was launched in the JT Williams neighborhood in June 2017, to bring fresh vegetables, fruit, meat, milk, bread and more to families living there every month, with the hope of growing over time. The mission of the Dream Center is to give hope to the hopeless. In collaboration with the King’s Kitchen, they provide meals to people who are homeless or living in food insecurity; they also provide clothing and other necessities, along with training, discipleship and opportunities for growth and employment.
Harvest Initiatives (Burundi)
Harvest Initiatives is our front-line feeding partner that currently manages and provides the feeding of Batwa children in the village of Busiga. The Batwa people are among the poorest, most vulnerable people in this impoverished country. Harvest Initiatives works to provide sustainable improvements in nutrition, housing, health, and education for these marginalized families. In 2017, our support enabled the children of this village to have two meals daily; in addition, 5 large scale food distributions were conducted to help feed the adults and families in this area during a period of extreme need earlier this year.
La Promesa (Guatemala)
Javesca Feeds partners with La Promesa, a school affiliated with Odres Nuevos church in Chimaltenango, Guatemala, to provide one meal for each child in the school every day.
Shammah Temple Church (Burundi)
We have partnered to provide nutritious meals to the sick and forgotten in a public hospital in Burundi. Shammah Temple Church is using funding from Javesca Feeds to acquire food locally, prepare and provide up to 15 nutritious cooked meals every day for a year, to feed up to 5 patients in the local hospital who have no one to provide this care for them