Light The Way

The mission of our company is not just to make the best cup of coffee you’ve ever had, but also to be a source of good and light in our communities.

Here are some organizations that we support. Each of them are bringing light and life to our communities in different ways.

FEED MY SHEEP's mission is to help the homeless, those on drugs, and those in gangs. Each person is someone’s mother, father, sister, brother, wife, husband and child. They offer complete family support including: food & water, hot shower & clean clothes, counseling services, support & prayer, housing & job assistance, as well as documentation & ID services. They have been serving San Antonio since 2012.

Life Change Centers

LIFE CHANGE CENTERS is dedicated to restoring broken lives afflicted by childhood trauma, domestic violence, abuse, tragedies of life and substance addiction through daily training, support, guidance, love and care.

San Antonio Humane Society

The SA HUMANE SOCIETY’s mission is to protect and improve the lives of dogs and cats by providing shelter, care, adoption, rescue, spay/neuter programs, and community education. Their vision is to end pet overpopulation and to create a community where every dog and cat is treated with respect and compassion and has a permanent and loving home.

A Woman's Haven

A WOMAN’S HAVEN has served San Antonio for the past 50 years. They provide education on abortion, alternatives, and education on fetal development. ALL Services are free and confidential. Women needing a pregnancy test, those who are pregnant, or have an infant six months of age or younger, may obtain their free services. Some of the services they provide include family crisis intervention, material assistance such as maternity clothes and baby clothing, diapers, and other baby necessities. They also offer parenting classes, resume preparation and job search.

Snack Pak 4Kids San Antonio

Hunger impacts a child’s ability to learn. SP4KSA provides weekend food supplements to serve the needs of chronically hungry children, addressing the relationship between food insecurity and learning. SP4KSA uses 100% of its donations to pay for food products, has no paid staff, and focuses on honoring the dignity of each child recipient. Teachers identify students who may be experiencing chronic hunger on the weekends. After parental/guardian permission is obtained, Snack Paks are distributed to the child each Friday, discreetly placed in the child’s backpack by their teacher.