The Justice

You are supporting more than a coffeehouse. You are supporting the efforts of those working to fight the local and global injustices of unclean water, hunger, and human trafficking. We partner with organizations that we KNOW are building wells and latrines, feeding people locally and internationally, and rescuing & restoring dignity to those who have been enslaved.

Good for Clean Water

  • 844 million people lack basic drinking water access, more than 1 of every 10 people on the planet.
  • Women and girls spend an estimated 200 million hours hauling water every day.
  • The average woman in rural Africa walks 6 kilometers every day to haul 40 pounds of water.
  • Every day, more than 800 children under age 5 die from diarrhea attributed to poor water and sanitation.
  • By 2050, at least 1 in 4 people will likely live in a country affected by chronic or recurring fresh-water shortages.
  • 2.3 billion people live without access to basic sanitation.
  • 892 million people practice open defecation.
  • One of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals aims to provide universal access to clean water and sanitation by 2030.
  • 90% of all natural disasters are water-related.

Information from World Vision

Good for Fighting Hunger

  • Globally, 690 million people go hungry
  • An estimated 800 million people are malnourished
  • 144 million children suffer from stunted growth and development due to the absence of adequate nutrition 
  • 15 million children die of hunger each year
*BOLD indicates the facts are from UNICEF

Good for Fighting Human Trafficking

  • 40+ million people in slavery worldwide
  • 1 in 4, or an estimated 10 million people enslaved are children
  • human trafficking takes two main forms in labor trafficking and sex trafficking
  • Human Trafficking is a $150 billion dollar industry
  • People who are trafficked suffer from physical, emotional, and sexual abuse
  • Victims of human trafficking typically lack access to education and healthcare
  • The majority of persons trafficked in the U.S. are U.S citizens. 
  • 73% of detected cases in the U.S. are sex trsafficking, 14% are labor trafficking, and 13% fall under “other” 
  • States with the highest rates of human trafficking are CA, FL, OH, TX and NY 
  • Children who run away or are forced to leave home, are especially vulnerable to becoming trafficked
*BOLD indicates the facts are from UNICEF

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