Launched in 2020, Good Coffee Doing Good is our project-based fundraising program that utilises the power of the specialty-coffee-loving collective to create positive social and environmental impacts. Good Coffee Doing Good provides a platform to consider and discuss coffee through the lens of people and community and to further give back and support our communities, both at coffee growing origin and here in Australia.
In addition to raising funds for a range of worthy causes, Good Coffee Doing Good also serves to shine a light on the many social and environmental issues that are faced by the global coffee industry.
Through Good Coffee Doing Good, we’re proud to present to you super delicious coffees, highlight incredible stories and support our friends all over the world doing incredibly good things.
Look for products with the Good Coffee Doing Good mark. Along with being ethically and sustainably sourced, these coffees and products will spotlight and celebrate our friends all over the world doing good things at origin or locally.
You can read more in the blog below.
The program raises funds through product sales: a percentage of the sale price of all products in the Good Coffee Doing Good range are donated to the current cause/s. Get involved by purchasing products that bear the lilac Good Coffee Doing Good logo. Along with being ethically and sustainably sourced, these coffees and products will spotlight and celebrate our friends all over the world doing good things at origin or locally. Shop theGood Coffee Doing Good collection now, or learn more about current and past projects below.
Good Coffee Doing Good X Agency Projects
We’ve partnered with Agency Projects to raise funds to support the Ngurra Kutjuwarra project. Ngurra Kutjuwarra - meaning ‘Together on Country’ - assists First Nations artists to return to their ancestral Country. This has a number of positive impacts for the artists, their family and their wider communities. Read more about the program and its impacts below.
Well before coffee arrives at cafes and ends up in your cup, the coffee cherry and its seed are put through development and quality control measures which are referred to as ‘processing’. Here, roaster Jake explains some of the common processing methods, why processing is so important, and how the way coffee is processed affects the final cup.
Padre Coffee acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continued connections to land, sea and community.
We pay our respect to Elders past, present and future, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.