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Coffee’s Community Cash for Schools® Program Celebrates 28 Years

Baton Rouge, LA, April 2017 —This year, 796 schools partic­i­pated in the Community Cash for Schools® program, earning over $321,000 from Proof of Purchase collec­tion.

“We are happy to see so many schools in our local commu­nity and across the country utilize this program to advance the educa­tion of our students,” said Jodi Conachen, Community Coffee General Manager of Communications.

Now in its 28th year, Community Cash for Schools® has helped schools throughout the region earn millions of dollars by collecting Proofs of Purchase from Community® brand prod­ucts, including coffee and tea prod­ucts.

The program is open to local public and private schools from Pre-K through 12th grade. Schools allo­cate the money earned toward initia­tives and projects such as new computers, text­books, equip­ment, white­boards, and other educa­tional neces­si­ties.

For more infor­ma­tion on the Community Cash for Schools® program, go to CommunityCoffee.com/CashforSchools and enroll online or call 800−525−5583.

About Community Cash for Schools® Program
The Community Cash For Schools® program supports partic­i­pating schools that collect Proofs of Purchase from Community® prod­ucts. These product Proofs of Purchase can be redeemed for cash that each school can spend at its discre­tion. There are no stip­u­la­tions on how the money is spent. Schools can choose to allo­cate the money toward new text­books, computers or even events. This program is entering its 28th year and to date it has helped partic­i­pating schools generate over $6.5 million!

About Community Coffee Company
Now in its 97th year, Community Coffee Company houses the largest family-owned and oper­ated retail coffee brand in America, and four gener­a­tions of the Saurage family have oper­ated the company since its incep­tion. Founded in 1919, Community Coffee Company is an importer, roaster and distrib­utor of the highest-quality premium coffees and teas, using only 100% Arabica coffee beans. For addi­tional infor­ma­tion, visit CommunityCoffee.com or find the brand on Facebook and Twitter.

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