SCHOOL AND CHURCH FUNDRAISING WITH ORGANIC NICARAGUAN COFFEE
Use direct trade Nicaraguan coffee for your next school, church or organization fundraiser and generate funds fast, while at the same time supporting Nicaraguan small farmers and Compas de Nicaragua’s reforestation projects
Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world—so this in an item that is bound to sell!
Howling Monkey Organic Coffee is excellent — a sweet, creamy, full body flavor
The sale of Howling Monkey Coffee not only supports the farmers, but also reforestation projects.
Coffee is organic and grown in the rich, fertile, volcanic soil of La Paz, Carazo, Nicaragua
Set your own retail price — earn a minimum of $4 a bag!
SUPPORTING SMALL FARMERS THROUGH DIRECT TRADE IS A GREAT LESSON!
Not only will students generate excellent profits with coffee, fundraising with Compas directly supports small-farmers and makes a significant impact on their lives. Sales also support the reforestation projects of Compas de Nicaragua. Your fundraiser will contribute to efforts to reduce the effects of climate change and to project rain forests and habitat for tropical birds, howling monkeys, and other animal species! Hence the name, “Howling Monkey!!”
There’s no better way to raise money for school events while teaching children about the importance of directly supporting those in greatest need. Help us support Nicaragua’s farmers, reforest Nicaragua and support rural, farming economies with one simple act: use Nicaragua coffee for your next fundraiser.
“This has been the most successful fundraiser and educational experiences that we have carried out at our school.” Bob Clay, Laconia Middle School, Laconia, NH.
Compas has already helped raise thousands of dollars for several schools and churches. Farmers have received a fair and just price for their coffee with over half of all proceeds benefiting them and their families. At the same time, the project has helped save rain forests and habitat for tropical birds and howling monkeys and to reforest over 30 acres of land in Nicaragua.