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Doing Good in Your Hood with Green Mountain Coffee at Walmart

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Doing good by volunteering in my neighborhood is something I have always personally believed in.

A woman holding a cup of coffee



I have always been involved in my neighborhood. When we first bought our house I became very active in our neighborhood block association and many of hours were spent volunteer at my local park center. One program I am proud to have been a part of was for neighborhood moms who needed an extra hand. We offered free programming for kids so that moms could get a much deserved break to do whatever they wanted. We had a lot of fun working with the kids and I even taught some of them fun dance routines that they were able to perform for their parents at a later date.

My volunteer work only grew from there as I worked with inner-city teen girls at local high schools and shared with them that the decisions they make now can and will shape the rest of their lives. We taught these young girls how to find and use their own personal power to do good in there high schools, communities, and world.

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Doing good in the world still remains important to me and I'm glad to see when others are just as compassionate about giving back as I am. Take for instance Green Mountain Coffee Roasters®. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is not only a delicious cup of coffee but they are doing good all around the world. As a coffee lover, I can appreciate the fact that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is socially responsible and I feel good about purchasing from brands that are making a difference in the world.



Some of the Good that Green Mountain Roasters is Doing

Green Mountain Roasters provides seedling coffee trees to help farmers and their families by improving their farms with trees coffee trees that produce better quality beans. Over 12,000 family members have benefited from this program.

There are many other programs that they support such as clean drinking water for people in Nicaragua Nicaragua, Honduras, and El Salvador as well as the work they do around climate change. They also help small scale farmers build better businesses in places like Columbia, Honduras, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, and Indonesia.


A blue Walmart grocery bag on a table


Doing good just taste better right? And yeah you can get a smooth rich cup of Green Mountain Coffee makes the coffee taste better and you can get that coffee right at your Walmart or Walmart.com of course.



a Walmart shopping cart with green mountain coffee k cups


I always shop at Walmart because I know I'll save money with their Everyday Low Prices, whether I shop in-store, online, or by Online Grocery Pickup.




How to Do Good in Your Hood

It is so easy to get involved in your community and here are a few examples of ways to do good in your own neighborhood.

1. Want to get to know your neighbors better? Start a neighborhood group if you don’t already have one if you do join in. You’ll get to know your neighbors as well as the needs in your community.

2. What are you passionate about? Are you tired of seeing litter in your neighborhood or something similar? Do something about it! Often the things that make us mad are often the very thing we can change.

3. Pick up your local neighborhood newspaper. They often have various events going on and you can contact them for volunteer opportunities.

4. Visit your local park or neighborhood community center. There will be plenty of opportunities to volunteer right there with local kids in the neighborhood. You’ll get to know some of the neighborhood children as well as the parents and possibly build relationships.

5. Every little bit helps. Go through your closets and get rid of clothes you are no longer wearing. Better yet, go through your entire house and donate your items to a local church, or neighborhood clothes shelf.


How are you doing good in your neighborhood?



*Keurig and K-Cup are trademarks of Keurig Green Mountain Inc., used with permission.


5 comments

  1. Oh that caramel vanilla creme coffee looks good. We love doing river, creek and beach clean ups. I also help with activities at the high school. Coffee fuels everything, a morning must! <3

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  2. Its good to see people who stick with their principles in the choice of consumption. Neighborhoods have changed so much that it ofter doesn't feel like a community any more. This has inspired me to get out and do good in my neighborhood.

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  3. I need a new Keurig. I would love to try this flavor as soon as I get a new K-cup maker!

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  4. I love brands that give back to the community. I am a PTA Committe Chair so I'm active in the kids education. I volunteer at both schools frequently and that is really important to me.

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  5. 1. I love working in my neighborhood especially with the youth. 2. Love Green Mountain Coffee they have a variety of flavors for all coffee lovers!

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