We are proud to support Three Very Special causes in our Yates County New York community:

Keuka Comfort Care Home is a compassionate end of life care in a homelike setting to terminally ill residents of Yates County and surrounding communities, and will support their loved ones. Keuka Comfort Care Home was bulit with and is funded entirely by donations and has many dedicated volunteers who donate countless hours to the residents and families being served. We are proud to have provided all of the coffee used by residents, families, staff and volunteers who are a part of Keuka Comfort Care Home since it opened in 2007.  It is an amazing place and we are proud to donate the coffee as our way of supporting the ongoing mission.

Milly's Pantry is a New York State not-for-profit corporation committed to changing the footprint of poverty in Yates County. Milly's Pantry grew out of the Penn Yan Food For The Needy Program and we have been donating coffee to that program since we began our company in 2003. In 2009, when Milly's Pantry and the Pinwheel Market opened, we developed two signature coffee blends to support the mission. When you buy either the KEUKA LAKE BACKPACK BLEND or the CROOKED LAKE DECAF, you also purchase a weekend backpack of food for a hungry child. Read more about Milly's Pantry

The Shelter of Hope (Humane Society of Yates County) brings hope to abandoned and unwanted animals. We are cat lovers and have adopted two cats (Siena and Grigio) from the shelter. We also rescued a mother cat and her litter from our barn in 2008. "Bear" was the last born and the one we kept after adopting the other cats out to loving homes. He is the cat on the label of "Bear's Blend" and a very loving and important part of our family. The Shelter of Hope relies heavily on volunteers and private donations to do the important work of finding homes for homeless animals. We wanted to help the shelter in an ongoing way and BEAR'S BLEND helps support the shelter's mission by giving back a cash donation for every bag of coffee sold. Read more about the Shelter of Hope.