In November, Seven Weeks Coffee launched to save unborn babies one cup at a time.
Seven Weeks Coffee was founded by Anton Krecic, a 20s-something Christian who decided to launch the company after moving to D.C two years ago to work in politics.
"I believe life is the greatest gift God has given us," Krecic told the Daily Caller. "He has a plan and purpose for each of us, and He loves every life no matter how small. If I can help protect even one life, I know I'm serving a greater purpose."
Working with partners in Ethiopia, the company sells pesticide-free, speciality coffee, and then takes 10% of all sales and gives the money to pregnancy care centers around the U.S.
From their site:
At seven weeks of development, a baby is the size of a coffee bean, rapidly growing at a rate of 250,000 cells per minute. And for the first time, the baby's heartbeat is clearly detectable.
Seven Weeks Coffee is a values-based business. We sell Direct Trade, Single Origin Speciality Coffee with a mission—donate 10% of every sale to pregnancy care centers across the nation.
We hope you can join us by allowing your coffee to serve a greater purpose. Together, we can cherish every beating heart.
It's coffee that warms your tummy and your soul!
Anton Krecic says he quickly learned two things about values in Washington:
- Godly principles are lacking on both sides of the aisle
- Many organizations put profits before people
He started this coffee company to reverse this trend and make a difference in the marketplace.
"The True measure of our success is found in our commitment to promote Godly values, provide excellent coffee, and to protect every beating heart." – Anton Krecic
Krecic even goes on the record as a Christian conservative! What a brave soul.
Right now there are over 2,000 pregnancy centers across America, but there is one problem... not all of them offer ultrasound services.
At Seven Weeks Coffee, it is our mission to ensure these pregnancy centers have the ultrasound equipment and resources necessary to support every mother adequately.
Smaller pregnancy centers struggle to pay for equipment, rent, and staff—with many relying on part-time volunteers.
Our company is committed to identifying and financially supporting these smaller pregnancy centers so they can be fully equipped to serve every mother who walks through their doors.
Just as a note: This isn't a sponsored article. We just think it's awesome that a pro-life coffee company exists when there are so many horrible woke ones out there.
Maybe next time you run out of coffee you could consider supporting a business that supports your values too!
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