One woman gives up a latte and sends $11,200 in medical supplies Americans spend nearly $18 billion a year on coffee. While we all love coffee . . . what if you skipped a latte?
What if . . . you gave the money to help people in need?
What if . . .?
Jessica normally buys a latte every morning on her way to her office. She decided that for a month she would forgo buying the coffee and put the $3.50 into a jar instead. At the end of the month she had collected $70.
She realized that her $70 would go far if she used it to help Medical Teams International send medicines to hospitals and clinics that have very little.
Every $1 sends $112 of donated medicines and supplies.
Her $70 sent $7840 worth of medicines and supplies.
Jessica liked that skipping a cup of coffee for a month could save lives.
Jessica is making a difference.
You can too.
Skip a latte . . . save a life.