July 20–August 28, 2021
Shop to Benefit a Special Fundraiser for Summer Conference Scholarships
During BPFNA’s 40 Days Event (July 20th through August 28th) 10% of your Equal Exchange purchase of coffee, tea, chocolate and other products will be donated to BPFNA when you enter the code EE21BPFNA during check out. The donations have been designated for Summer Conference Scholarships which will make it possible for more people to attend future conferences.
How to participate
Place an order on the Equal Exchange webstore between July 20th and August 28th and enter the code EE21BPFNA during check out. 10% of your purchase will automatically be set aside as a donation to BPFNA.
Choose from wholesale priced cases of organic and fairly traded coffee, tea, chocolate, olive oil, snacks and grocery staples. Cases are typically packed in boxes of 6 for products like coffee, tea, cocoa and snacks and chocolate bars come in packs of 12. View a list of products, case sizes and prices here.
How can you use Equal Exchange products?
There are many ways to share these delicious products at church, at home and in your community year round!
- Serve coffee at coffee hour/fellowship
- Mark-up the products and sell them at an event or holiday sale as a fundraiser for your church
- Buy for personal home use
- Form a buying club with friends and neighbors to share cases
Questions about Equal Exchange products or ways to use them?
Get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 774-776-7366
What is the Baptist Fair Trade Project?
Started in 2011, the Baptist Fair Trade Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and BPFNA - Bautistas por la Paz to involve more Baptist congregations and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.
Through the Baptist Fair Trade Project, churches, organizations and individuals may purchase organic, fairly traded products at wholesale case prices, ensuring that more of the money spent on coffee, tea, chocolate and other products reaches the hardworking farmers who actually grow them.
Equal Exchange has been a leader in the U.S. fair trade movement for over 35 years, trading directly with small-scale farmer cooperatives, owned and run by the farmers themselves. Farmers receive a higher price for their crops and advanced credit. And because farmers are paid above market prices, they are able to make investments in community projects, educational programs, and technical trainings. The co-ops keep rural communities healthy and strong and keep local cultures vibrant. Equal Exchange is also committed to supporting sustainable farming methods that help green the earth through reforestation, natural resource conservation, and organic practices.