Jan 11, 2015
Corporate World Aid Dumps Millions on Haiti : Small Social Enterprise Nonprofit Says “Just Drink Coffee”
Apr 14, 2014
Wisconsin-based Singing Rooster Coffee company is helping Haitian farmers to raise money for a coffee seedling nursery. Their collective goal is $8,000 by April 22nd -- Earth Day 2014.
Apr 20, 2013
Haiti : Once the Jewel of the Antilles -- now a vast, deforested landscape. Why? Singing Rooster Haitian Mountain Blue coffee provides plausible reasons and offers a viable solution: coffee trees.
Dec 01, 2012
The tree of life as a concept has lived for centuries. Singing Rooster, the champion of Haitian coffee, now offers a beautiful Tree of Life from upcycled metal oil drums. This beautiful piece of Haitian art will delight this holiday season.
Nov 12, 2012
In a place that is overwrought with poverty, art is a way some Haitians transform themselves from everyday hardships to serenity. Singing Rooster now offers Haitian art, including Haitian paintings to support their work with coffee farmers.
Nov 08, 2012
St. Charles may be a small urban Catholic church in the Clarendon neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, but its people are big hearted in their support of 5 sister parishes near Cavaillon, Haiti.
Nov 06, 2012
Master Roaster and Tas Kafe owner Greg Flaherty knows coffee. He also knows that helping others involves more than just giving money. To create change in places like Haiti, Flaherty believes in support through coffee development.
Nov 01, 2012
Coffee hunting in Haiti? Nah.. no hunt necessary – you can drive on a partially paved roads straight to the source, sleep overnight in a quaint guesthouse, and breakfast on spaghetti and ketchup. Singing Rooster.org has been doing this for years.
Oct 23, 2012
Haitian coffee has a long and rich tradition with as many twists and turns as gringo intestines after a week in Jacmel. Once the caffeinated gem of the Caribbean, Haitian coffee has lapsed into obscurity but is working to reclaim its reputation.
Oct 03, 2012
Magical female figures -- those half-human, half-fish sirens of the sea -- first appear in cave paintings 30,000 years ago. Coincidence? Singing Rooster, a tireless champion of Haitian art, doesn't think so.