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Support Sustainability and Fairness with Coffee from Native Nonprofits

The average American spends about $1,100 on coffee each year, making their coffee choices incredibly powerful. Unfortunately, many coffee corporations have a negative impact on the environment and local communities through practices such as deforestation, monoculture farming, and the use of pesticides and herbicides.

Native coffee offers a solution. By working with indigenous communities to cultivate coffee in a way that benefits the local economy and preserves the ecosystem, you can enjoy a delicious cup while supporting environmentally responsible and community-focused practices.

Your purchase of Native coffee also supports Native nonprofits, making a positive impact on communities in need. So why not make the switch to Native coffee today? With the average American spending $1,100 on coffee each year, your choices have the power to make a real difference and create a more sustainable and equitable coffee industry.

Choose Native coffee and savor a delicious, responsible cup.

These 9 Native nonprofit shops offer an array of delicious coffees at affordable prices! 

Bag of coffee with a coffee tumbler and coaster

The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) transforms oppression into opportunity. They offer an American Indian Community Center, 44 units of permanent supportive housing, a domestic violence emergency shelter, legal advocacy, a climate and cultural resiliency initiative, social enterprise activities, youth programming and an arts and culture initiative. 

AICHO offers a coffee set that comes with “one bag of Copper Cup Coffee with a "The Lake Provides" tumbler and one coaster!” for $35. They also offer: 1) Different flavors of City Girl Coffee Co. bags (12oz) for $18; 2) Caffeinated ($16) and decaf ($14) 12oz Copper Coffee, a woman and Native owned business

Bag of Pejuta Sapa coffee with an image of a Native American man as the logo

The Cheyenne River Youth Project, founded in 1988, is a grassroots, not-for-profit organization, dedicated to giving our Lakota youth and families access to the culturally relevant, enriching, and enduring opportunities we need to build stronger, healthier communities and a more vibrant future together.

CRYP offers a 13oz bag of Pejuta Sapa Coffee for $15

3 bags of Duwamish coffee with red logo

"We are the host tribe for Seattle, our area’s only indigenous tribe. Many of our enrolled members still live on Duwamish aboriginal territory, which includes Seattle, Burien, Tukwila, Renton, and Redmond."

“ITS HERE!! Made possible in partnership with Caffe Umbria, we bring you our very own Duwamish branded, 100% Arabica, whole bean coffee! Medium dark roast with a flavor carefully selected by tribal members, this is the perfect pairing for those cold, crisp winter mornings in Seattle. Just in time for the holidays, grab your bag today!” 

Bag of coffee featuring an image of Louis Riel

Our mission is to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities.

"Profit Proceeds go toward our initiatives to protect sacred lands, stop extreme fossil fuel extraction at the source by supporting frontline Native communities, and to cultural revitalization initiatives. Your purchase supports our work ... Miigwech!"

Inuit woman holding a bag of Kaapittiaq coffee

"We are an Inuit owned and operated business dedicated to supporting the survival and revival of our culture. Each year, 75% of Kaapittiaq’s profits are used to create programs promoting Inuit culture, language and knowledge. With every purchase of Kaapittiaq, you support the wellbeing and cultural survival of Inuit and Indigenous communities."

$20 for 1 pound of their coffee, whole or ground! 

Bags of evening and morning star coffee next to a coffee mug filled with black coffee

SweetGrass Trading Company is a subsidiary of the Ho-Chunk Trading Group, a division of Ho-Chunk, Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. Selling Morning Star and decaf Evening Star coffee, whole and ground, in various quantities for $11 for 12oz

“Just as the Morning Star brightens the colored skies of dawn, our coffee will get your day off to a beautiful start”

Several bags of the Center Pole's coffee with labels

"Originally founded as a youth development organization, the Center Pole has expanded our work to include diverse interwoven projects and programs which meet the expressed needs of their people for a stronger Crow community."

Crow Clan Coffee:  With each bag, you can enjoy a cup of the same delicious coffee that we serve at the Well Known Buffalo Coffee Shop!  We begin with the finest free-trade coffee beans and then micro-roast them on location in small batches to create the smoothest, best-tasting coffee. Each bag contains one half-pound (8 oz) of medium roasted beans.  Choose from an assortment of labels that represent the different Crow Clans” $10 for 8oz or a package of 8 for $72 ($9/bag) or a package of 12 for $102 ($8.50/bag)

3 bags of Salish Coffee

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) champions, develops, and provides quality educational, cultural, social and socio-economic services that benefit all Indigenous People living in and around the Puget Sound Region, especially tribal families, elders and youth.

They sell Salish Ground Coffee Company coffee - an Indigenous, women-owned coffee brand based on the traditional territory of the Coast Salish Squaxin Island people in the Pacific Northwest. $17.50 for a 12oz bag of caffeinated or decaf coffee

The mission of the White Earth Land Recovery Project is to facilitate the recovery of the original land base of the White Earth Indian Reservation while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage.

Selling Chief Hole in the Day Coffee for $15 for 12oz

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