CHANGING THE WORLD
ONE COFFEE AT A TIME
The Common Good Coffee Company is built on a foundation of caring for one another,
spreading generosity and bringing people together.
Not only are we are serving up delicious coffee in your communities we are also giving back
by raising awareness for mental health and doing our part for environmental sustainability.
We stand behind our beliefs and make every bean count by donating
$1 from every kilo of coffee sold to Beyond Blue. Together we can change the world one coffee at a time.
RAISING AWARENESS FOR
In our society mental health conditions are so common, currently, 3 million Australians are living with anxiety or depression. Sadly, most of us have known someone who has suffered or is suffering from a mental illness. We believe everyone has the right to achieve their best possible mental health we stand behind this belief by donating $1 from every kilo of coffee sold to Beyond Blue.
This belief is also reflected through our custom-designed environmentally friendly cups.
Each Common Good cup displays an inspirational quote, aiming to inject a small amount of positivity into people's day and make them stop and think for a second about how beautiful life can be
The inner-wall of our inspirational coffee hot paper cups are coated with Ingeo™ innovative corn-based bioplastic, a sustainable plant-based material. This makes them compostable and recyclable. We aim to inspire and leave a mark on your heart but not on the earth.
Did you know?
Most paper cups are lined with petroleum-based plastic resin and although the paper element is recyclable, combined with the plastic lining, the cup will most likely be rejected from recycling facilities as they are unable to separate the paper from plastic. Our inspirational eco cups will leave a mark on your heart but not on the earth.
Together with local communities, we hope to see a change in the world one coffee at a time.
If you feel that you may be affected by depression or anxiety remember they are treatable conditions and effective treatments are available. The earlier you seek support, the better.