Friday 17 September 2021

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946486_516416488412969_231327907_nCosta Rica joins “Café pendiente”, a philanthropic practice that had its origins in Naples, Italy, in 2008, where one person  buys his own coffee and leaves behind a paid one for another person who is unable to pay.

The idea followed Europe to South America and now in Costa Rica, giving the gift to a person who cannot afford a cup of coffee to enjoy one.

The social initiative is in Costa Rica thanks to the collective efforts of the blogs, Chepecletas, Indignados de CR and 89 Decibeles.

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Participating coffee shops are easily identified with a sticker at the their front door. Taking part in the project already are Viva Café, Ecomercado and La Cafeteria in San José,

More information is available at https://www.facebook.com/cafependientecr. Better yet, visit one of the coffee shops taking part in the initiative and buy someone a cup of coffee!

If you are a coffee shop owner consider joining the “Café pendiente”!

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