Our mission at Red Clover Coffee is always to give back to our communities, especially those most in need of a helping hand. That’s why we decided to support an event that aims to aid the poor community of Western Pennsylvania. Sisters Place recently held a wine tasting event full of ways to raise funds for this cause. The company gives “opportunities for families and individuals to overcome poverty and homelessness through empowerment, housing, wellness, personal professional advancement services.”
On March fifth, Sisters Place held their 18th Annual Crushed Grapes Wine Tasting Event in Pittsburg. “A wine tasting event that feeds the soul,” offered wine, food, music and more to entertain patrons as they perused through the silent auction items. VIP tickets were also available for those wishing to enter early for a special sparkling wine tasting and an exclusive drawing.
We contributed a coffee bar featuring our Red Clover Coffees. We also contributed several items for the silent auction. Items donated included a baseball signed by Pittsburgh Pirate’s Joe Musgrove, Bryan Reynolds, and Jameson Taillon and an 8x10 signed Josh Bell photo. Going along with our Pirate’s theme, we also donated four tickets to a game, a hoodie, t-shirt, and a hat. We hope that these items were able to generate more means to serve those in need.
At Red Clover Coffee, we believe that transparency in our humanitarian efforts is always the best policy. Our loyalty in providing knowledge to our coffee customers in where their dollar is going will never cease. We continue our goals in making the world a better place one bag of coffee at a time with dedicated customers who feel as strongly about our mission as we do.