Healthy Coffee Lifestyles is dedicated to helping Dans, Rock the Casa Program
with a delicious way for everyone to help. Rock The CASA is a California non-profit public charity founded by ABC-7 New Anchor Dan Ashley for the purpose of benefiting charitable organizations that serve children in need.
Through a premier annual musical event, RTC generates funds for Court Appointed Special Advocates, which provides volunteers to serve children placed into the foster care system because of abuse or neglect at home. The Rock the CASA annual concert also distributes an equal percentage of the proceeds to Friends of Camp Concord, which sends hundreds of under-served children to summer camp at Lake Tahoe each year.
By Joining the “Rock The Casa Program” you will Receive “1 or 2 – 12oz Bags”
of our Infrared Roasted Exotic Coffee that is Delicious, and a once in a lifetime Coffee Experience. Our beans are selected are handpicked from sustainable fair-trade growers from around the world. We use only the finest 100% Organic AA Arabica Coffee beans when selecting for our Gourmet Specialty Infrared Roast.
You will receive 2 hand selected origin of the month varieties as long as you wish to receive our deliveries, each with a message on where your coffee was harvested and a little bit about the region and farm it was grown on; this connects you to your coffee farm and the people who make and roast your coffees.
By Participating in This Program, you Will be Helping with What Rock The Casa Stands For…
CASA of Contra Costa County
CASA’s program recruits, trains, and supports volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused, neglected, and abandoned youth in the foster care system. Each year, nearly 1,000 youth, from the ages 0-21, come into the foster care system and are under the court’s care because they are unable to live safely at home. On average, CASA serves 150 of the toughest cases or 15% of these youth at risk.
Since 1982, CASA volunteers have been the voice in court and represented the best interests of thousands of abused, neglected and abandoned youth. Most importantly, CASA volunteers stay with each case until it is closed and the youth is placed in a safe, permanent home.
Friends of Camp Concord
FOCC was established in 1983 and is dedicated to raising funds to give underprivileged youth one of the most meaningful camp experiences available and does so in one of the most beautiful settings in the world; Lake Tahoe. Through Friends of Camp Concord, kids get to spend a week in the wilderness, participate in activities that emphasize, safety, health, education and character development. Some of the kids have never left their urban and suburban environments. Camp Concord opens a new world to them—swimming in the lake, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and boating. The activities are specially designed to provide challenges, promote teamwork and social skills, and build self-esteem. One of the best things about Camp Concord is that no one – not even the counselors – know which kids are on FOCC scholarship. They are simply “campers” for the week. Friends of Camp Concord believes every child in our community, regardless of financial ability, should have the opportunity to spend a week at a camp like this.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Contra Costa
Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s research shows that young people who attend a Club regularly tend to do better than their peers nationally. For instance:
• 68% of Club 12th graders volunteer at least once per month, while 39% of 12th graders nationally do so.
• 27% of Club girls in middle school are physically active each day, compared with
• 23% of middle-school girls nationally. 42% of Club boys in middle school exercise daily, while 37% of middle-school boys nationally do so.
• 73% of low-income Club members ages 12 to 17 who attend the Club regularly report receiving mostly As and Bs, compared to 69% of their peers nationally.
• 12th-grade Club members are more than twice as likely to express an interest in a STEM career as 12th graders nationally (56% of 12th-grade Club members vs. 25% of 12th graders nationally).