Jospice Coffee Partnership - just a perfect blend

by Jack Foster January 22, 2016

Jospice Coffee Partnership - just a perfect blend

A great way to do business or chat with a friend is over a cup of coffee, especially if it’s a decent blend of coffee.

Jospice Crosby Liverpool has just formed a partnership with Crosby Coffee. The perfect blend really as the company import coffee from Guatemala & Honduras, two countries that the charity still works in, supporting the work of the hospices and clinics that the founder opened in those countries many years ago.

Jack Foster the founder of Crosby Coffee is donating 30% of all sales of both coffee’s to the hospice to support the work in these countries. All sales are on line and the Guatemalan coffee is already on sale, with one of the first customers being Jospice in Thornton who are now using this filter coffee. The coffee has a nutty sweet aroma and taste with smooth velvet like finish.
Supporters will have to wait a little longer for the Honduran coffee as the next batch of coffee beans are still ripening.

Jack said “We are absolutely thrilled with the latest partnership with Jospice, a charity in our local community that does so much more than most would think. The monies raised from the sale of our Guatemalan coffee are going to Jospice to support the adults and orphans in the country it originates from. The vital work carried out by Jospice to improve health and welfare of the community can have a direct impact on the sustainability of the region securing a lasting relationship between the countries coffee farms and the world’s coffee roasters”

The late Father Francis O’Leary opened the hospice in Guatemala 25 years ago. Today the centre houses a large in patient unit and is home to nearly 80 orphans.
Jospice also support a hospice in San Pedro Sula Honduras, that is an impatient hospice caring for some of the most marginalised people in the world. Many Liverpool people have rallied round over the last few years to donate goods to send out to the hospice and community when Jospice shipped two 40 foot containers full of good from hospital equipment and bedding, to clothing and toys.

You can order your coffee direct from going to – please note that as all coffee is freshly ground it is not on sale from the hospice.

Jack Foster
Jack Foster


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