CoffeeAID Jam for a Cause with Tao Aves and Ukulele Manila
Make your Friday night count – join the Coffee AID Jam presented by Cordillera Coffee and Coffee AID – a night of homegrown music and homegrown coffee, featuring independent musician Tao Aves with special performances by ambassadors from Ukulele Manila.
Learn more about Coffee AID’s fair trade advocacy and how you can help support local coffee growers. The event is also the perfect time to sign up as a volunteer for their outreach activities like coffee tree-planting, harvest and processing, as well as community workshops.
The event is free, but proceeds of the day’s sales will go to the Coffee AID workshop fund for the children of coffee farmers, so everyone is encouraged to try as many coffee concoctions possible. Proudly a homegrown cafe, they only serve 100% fair trade, organically-grown coffee direct from the farmers in Benguet.
CordiCoffee also serves house specialties, pastas, sandwiches, and toasts. Well-loved dishes include Chef Gene Gonzalez’ Cordillera Risotto and new menu item Pinoy Kaya Toast, and home baked goodies like the Cordi tsokolate brownies and tsokasuy (chocolate with cashew) cookies, and their Tablea Arabica cupcakes.
Cordillera Coffee is located at G/F Llanar Building, Xavierville Ave. Loyola Heights, Quezon City. A map to the venue is available at https://bit.ly/cordicoffeemap.
For inquiries about the Coffee AID volunteer program and cafe reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call / SMS 0927.4775945. To RSVP for the event, log in to https://bit.ly/coffeeaidjam.