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    Drink coffee AND help children in Africa!

    Kicks4Kenya is an organization that collects and distributes used soccer equipment for children in Kenya. On December 18th we are going to be taking a group to Kenya to rebuild a run down soccer field for a school in the largest slum in the world, Kibera. The cost of this project is going to be about $5,000 so to help offset this cost we have teamed up with CoffeeXPerts.com to sell coffee! We are selling coffee in 1 and 2 pound bags through their website and they are donating $6/bag back to our field building project! This looks like a great place to get some help and support for our field! So please please drink your favorite beverage and help us, help them!! Just click on the link below, order a couple bags, and enjoy! Thanks for the time!

    http://www.coffeexperts.com/kicks4kenya.aspx

    Kicks4Kenya

 

 

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