Our Giving Back Initiative

Kings Arms Coffee Co. was born from a desire to change the world. First, to not only do our part in ridding the world of over-roasted, grocery store canned, lackluster coffee, but secondly, and more importantly, to use our resources to effect real change and make a difference in the world we live in.

Our commitment is two-fold:

1) To provide only the highest grade specialty coffee, roasted to perfection, and served when coffee is at its peak freshness.

2) To give a portion of every bag sold toward feeding the hungry and helping those who need it most.

So what does that look like?

At least 10% of company profits go towards feeding the hungry, providing basic necessities like clothing and clean water, and giving kids an opportunity to learn and receive a proper education.

Let’s do this together.

“Drink Coffee. Give Hope.” is more than just a catchy slogan, it’s who we are.  Coffee has an un-escapable way of bringing people together. Whether meeting friends at a local coffee shop or sharing a cup with your next door neighbor. Wherever you find yourself drinking Kings Arms, know that what you hold in your hands brought us together for something far greater than coffee.

MEET CYNTHIA

In 2011, we met Cynthia and her brother Angel in the slums of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. When she was first found she had no shoes, no schooling, and her family had very little food. Through the amazing organization of Alive2Love, she has not only been fed and has received quality education, but she has been recently relocated out of the slum she was living in. Cynthia and Angel are continuing to study to make a better future for themselves.

Every month Kings Arms Coffee sponsors Cynthia and her family, providing them with housing, food and education.

IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

The River at Tampa Bay Church | Tampa, Florida

OPERATION RAVEN

Every week hundreds of families are given a box of food to feed themselves throughout the week.

EDUCATION

Families are also taught life skills to empower them to no longer live in poverty.