Oceana Coffee’s Cup of Kindness


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Oceana Coffee recently announced the latest winner of its Cup of Kindness program, Hannah’s Home of South Florida, which received a donation of $500.

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The Florida-based roasters launched its giving initiative in 2018, and has since donated over $2,000 to local charities. Every quarter, Oceana selects three organizations to highlight at its retail stores and online; over the course of three months, customers vote for one of the charities each time they make a purchase, and the winner is announced at a check presentation. At the most recent event on October 25, Oceana presented Hannah’s Home of South Florida with the donation, and announced the next round of charity partners: Operation Care for Heroes, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, and The Pet Cottage of Jupiter.

To learn more about Oceana Coffee and A Cup of Kindness, visit OceanaCoffee.com.

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