Thursday, September 24, 2015

Dinner or Drinks at MAX’s Wine Dive Generates Seed Money for Kula Project #FORTHEFARMER September 24

“Kula” means “A Community at Heart” in Sanskrit and translates “to eat” in Swahili. Share community comfort food at MAX’s Wine Dive in Midtown on Thursday, September 24, and your dining and drinking dollars become investments in the lives of coffee farmers in East Africa. That night, MAX’s will donate 20 percent of sales to Kula Project and its third annual #FORTHEFARMER campaign. The nonprofit Kula Project provides quality seeds for planting and links famers with fair-trade buyers to help change the opportunity landscapes for their families. Invest in a farmer and you’re investing in basics we take for granted: food, education for their children and healthcare. MAX’s Thursday night special, available after 4 p.m., is a satisfying Low Country boil, and there’s a huge selection of brews, wines by the bottle or glass and cocktails to slake thirsts. Ingest and invest. Sounds like a fair trade to us.

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