A cup of coffee from Urban Abbey in June helps our fight for justice and opportunity for all

Getting coffee and Urban Abbey in June supports Appleseed's fight for justice and opportunity for all.

Getting coffee and Urban Abbey in June supports Appleseed’s fight for justice and opportunity for all.

It’s not every day that your cup of coffee can support justice for all, but it can during the month of June!

Appleseed is excited to renew our community partnership throughout the month of June with our friends at the Urban Abbey, a non-profit coffee shop, bookstore, and faith community in Omaha’s Old Market (1026 Jackson St).

Stop in and grab a cup of coffee or bag of coffee beans and your purchase will support Appleseed’s fight for justice and opportunity for all!

Here’s how it works: Each month, Urban Abbey selects a nonprofit partner who receives 10% of all coffee bar sales and 100% of sales of the “Urban Abbey Blend” of whole bean coffee. Beansmith donates these bags of whole beans each month.

Last year, the Urban Abbey generously donated more than $1,300 to Appleseed thanks to this great partnership! Over the past three years, they’ve donated an incredible $43,000 to Nebraska nonprofits.

Throughout the month of June, I invite you to join us for some exciting events at Urban Abbey, including one this Thursday:


June Events

The Chain: Farm, Factory, and the Fate of Our Food, Discussion with local author Ted Genoways:

Thurs, June 4th, 5:30-7:30pm

Nebraska author Ted Genoways, who recently published “The Chain,” will join us for a discussion of his book and the dangerous working conditions inside our meatpacking plants.

RSVP on Facebook


“How Loud is Your Voice? A conversation about civic involvement in Nebraska”

Thurs, June 18th, 8:30-10:00am

Co-hosted by Nebraskans for Civic Reform

This morning of conversation will be a chance for Omaha partners to learn about the findings of the newly published Nebraska Civic Health Index and discuss the road forward on collaboration to strengthen civic and community health in Nebraska.

RSVP on Facebook


Sick Around the World: film screening and discussion of American health care”

Thurs, June 25th, 5:30-7:30pm

How do other countries spend so much less on health care than the US and yet have so much better health outcomes?  Join us for a short documentary on five other capitalist countries’ health care systems and a discussion of our own.

RSVP on Facebook


“It Does Happen Here – Human Trafficking in Nebraska”

Tues, June 30th, 10:00-11:30am

We will be partnering with the Women’s Fund of Greater Omaha to host a discussion for non-profits and service providers about current issues and work around human trafficking in Nebraska.

RSVP on Facebook


We hope to see you in the coming weeks at Urban Abbey!

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