Coffee Fundraisers

Coffee Fundraisers for All Organizations – No Upfront Cost!

About Coffee Fundraisers:

Port City Coffee Fundraisers allow organizations to raise money while selling an irresistible product. Your
group earns a percentage of each pound sold, and we help give back to the community we love.

How the Coffee Fundraiser Works:

We learn about your organization, help you select the types of the coffee you’d like to sell, and walk you
through the custom label process. The goal is for your group to sell as much coffee as possible by a specific
deadline, so order forms are created to track the amounts of coffee sold. You earn a percentage for each
pound sold, so the more you sell, the more you earn. When you reach the deadline, your group tallies the
amount of coffee sold and sends the info to Port City Coffee Roasters. At that point, we roast, label, grind,
package and send the coffee to you to distribute and collect funds. You can continue your fundraiser after the
deadline with a customized PayPal page.

For inquiries about coffee fundraisers, call (603) 433-3011 or e-mail derek@portcitycoffeecoffee.com

Current coffee fundraisers

fundraiser image Pan Mass Challenge (PMC):

Since 2007, the Pan – Massachusetts Challenge, presented by the Boston Red Sox Foundation and New Balance, has donated 100% of every rider-raised dollar directly to cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

fundraiser image St. Johnsbury Academy:

Founded in 1842, St. Johnsbury Academy is a comprehensive independent secondary school widely recognized as an institution that develops character, academic excellence, and civic responsibility in its students.

Start your fundraiser.  Fill out the form below and we will get back to you to discuss the best way to maximize your fundraising efforts

Sustainable Coffee

Port City Coffee Roasters is an ardent supporter of responsible business and environmental practices. While we value taste first and foremost, we strive to order only those coffees that are grown with sustainable methods, at a fair price that supports the grower.
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