Firefighter-owned coffee company pledging $  25K to first responders before 9/11

Company founder and CEO Eli Held joined여우 & 친구 주말on Sunday to illustrate how the California-based coffee vendor unconditionally supports the country’s first responders.

It’s really about giving back,” 그는 말했다. “We use coffee as our platform to really make a difference and support firefighter and first responder foundations and associations across the nation.

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9월에. 13, Muertos Coffee Co. plans to gift their $ 25,000 donation to the FDNY Foundation at the Rockefeller Center FDNY Fire Zone. Held said giving back is all about supporting those in service and backing thebrotherhood.

“그것이 내려올 때, we’re the last stand for the U.S.,” 그는 말했다. “When there’s emergencies, whether it’s hurricanes or wildfires our whatever it might be, it’s really about that first responder community coming together.

That brotherhood means a lot because we have to have each other’s back. So whether it’s our brothers and sisters on calls or supporting our community, that’s what we set out to do.

Held explained that the foundation of the company was influenced by the Latin holiday Dia de los Muertos, which celebrates those who’ve passed on.

For us as firefighters, we deal with line of duty deaths and different job-related illnesses such as cancer and PSTD,” 그는 말했다. “It really has a synergy for our branding and what it means to be part of the fire service and first responder community.

According to the Muertos Coffee Co. 웹 사이트, 5% of most purchases go directly toward supporting theFire Familywith a current mission to raise $ 75,000 for the Roast for Relief Fund.

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