AN IMPACT CHALLENGE BENEFITING WORKERS AND STUDENTS AT MIGHTY PEACE COFFEE AND MALAIKA
STAND NEXT TO A SOURCE OF WATER (LAKE, RIVER, POOL, OCEAN, BUCKET, FIRE HYDRANT, ANYTHING!)
🎥 SHARE WHO BRINGS YOU PEACE AND CHALLENGE 5-7 PEOPLE TO JUMP INTO PEACE
JUMP INTO WATER WITH YOUR CLOTHES ON!
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I’ve been nominated for the #JumpIntoPeace Impact Challenge
-SHARE who brings peace to your heart 💓
-CHALLENGE five or more friends to jump into peace with you
-JUMP into a body of water with your clothes on (feel free to improvise with a bath/shower and be silly!)
-POST your video and shift into peace ☮️
(Who brings peace into your life?)🌈
I’m jumping into peace today and I challenge @ @ @ @ @
Learn more about it here @mightypeacegram and follow @standwithcongo @malaikadrc
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Here are two ways you can impact peace now! People matter, students matter, join us in standing with the dignified farmers and students of The Democratic Republic of Congo by providing direct support now!
Yes! You purchase a Peace Package, you get a swag bag of coffee, and 100% of your money goes directly to farmers. 100%!
You are the change we seek in the world. Jump Into Peace is a call to action to shift into peace and love worldwide. We are tired of discord and division, and we commit to use our vote and purchasing power to elevate humanity and inclusion. Thank you for radiating joy with us today! Launched by humanitarians, Jump Into Peace is a rapid response campaign to stand with dignified farmers and students who are facing economic hardship that threatens a fragile peace and security in our beloved Democratic Republic of Congo.
100% of your impact today will go directly to dignified farmers and students facing uncertain times and dire economic challenges. In North America, with your purchase of a Peace Package, you will automatically receive live video updates of your impact: All Peace Package proceeds will be transferred directly to farmers for their crop of coffee, sustaining each farmer and their family throughout the growing season. Join the journey of your mighty beans, watch as farmers prepare their specialty coffee for export, follow along with live updates as your Peace Trade coffee makes its journey to North America. Mighty Peace Coffee will share the total economic impact of the challenge, and share personal testimonies each step of the way. Together, we can enjoy peace with every sip. All donations to Malaika will support students in Congo, and by donating to Malaika, you will be signed up for the Malaika newsletter to receive updates on how your support made a critical impact this school year and beyond.
The Jump Into Peace impact challenge is a Stand with Congo initiative hosted by Mighty Peace Coffee in partnership with Malaika Girls School, providing direct support to students and workers affected by the economic shutdown. Mighty Peace Coffee is a women and minority owned and operated social impact serving 15,000 Congolese farmers. Malaika is a not-for-profit girls school in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Stand with Congo is a not-for-profit organizing hub uniting activists, advocates, and humanitarians worldwide with the Congolese peace movement.
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IMPACT in North America and Worldwide
In North America, supporters can purchase Mighty Peace Coffee Peace Packages and receive the world's finest and most ethical coffee. Mighty Peace Coffee is not your granddad's coffee company, Mighty Peace is a women and minority owned and operated social enterprise partnering directly with farmers in conflict zones. All proceeds from Jump Into Peace will go directly to financing a container of specialty coffee (42,000 pounds/19 tonnes) which supports 668 farming families. Solidarity and support is needed now more than ever to survive the shutdown. Learn more about the Mighty Peace Coffee team, radical transparency, and the Peace Trade above. By purchasing a Peace Package, you will become a part of the Peace Trade.
Supporters worldwide can donate $5 to Malaika, a not-for-profit girls school in Congo providing a world class education to 400+ school girls.