With the news of the ongoing conflict in Eastern Europe, many are left wondering how they can help from afar. This L.A. coffee shop has decided to take matters into its own hands by making relief support possible.
Found Coffee takes pride in being an essential part of the Los Angeles community and is always one to lend a helping hand to those in need. They are staying true to their reputation by allowing Angelenos to lend a helping hand too.
This altruistic coffee shop has decided to donate all of its retail sales to the International Rescue Committee (IRC) for Ukrainian refugee relief. All their coffee bags that are part of this cause are indicated by yellow and blue labels, to match that of the Ukrainian flag.
Angelenos stand with our Ukrainian brothers and sisters 🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/QRxrjbQ66j
— MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) February 27, 2022
Many Angelenos have been vocal about the conflict happening in Eastern Europe by peacefully taking to the streets to show their solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and the Ukrainian community here in Los Angeles.
Just last month, City Hall shined bright with blue and yellow as a way to show unity with the people of Ukraine. The iconic VENICE Sign also followed suit. Even Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted out a photo last month of the historic building, sharing a similar sentiment that read “Angelenos stand with our Ukrainian brothers and sisters.”
Now thanks to Found Coffee, Angelenos can easily help by purchasing a bag of their coffee. This show of charity will go on until next week March 24, so there’s still a chance to help with their powerful efforts. This coffee shop is keeping their promise of ensuring “the community with exceptional customer service, delicious goods, and a sense of warmth & comfort” with one coffee bag at a time.
Hours: Monday – Sunday 7:30A.M. to 3:00P.M.
Location: 1355 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041