Convenience Coffee is pleased to support and partner with important community organizations, associations and publications in Bermuda.
We think it’s great to be able to promote our organic juices and drinks to families and our sporran-warming teas to highlanders (whichever tartan they may wear).
We provide a discount to members of The Bermuda Regiment in recognition of the contributions they make. Organizations like Age Concern Bermuda and CADA provide invaluable support to Bermudians and this is just one way we’re helping and giving back.
For more information about partnering with Convenience Coffee, please e-mail Kelly Tucker
Age Concern Bermuda links seniors to services that meet their needs.
We supported support the inaugural Bermuda Corporate Games in 2012. Participants in these games are everyday athletes who get fit for business and for life through participation in sport.
The Caledonian Society of Bermuda promotes all things Scottish on this rock — famous for ceilidhs, Burns Suppers, Hogmanay Balls and St. Andrew’s Balls.
Bermuda’s Meet-a-Mum Association is a non-profit organization whose mission it is to connect families across the island.
We’ve been advertising in and rooting for Bermuda Parent Magazine ever since its inaugural edition! BPM is a quarterly publication for parents residing in Bermuda with great tips, stories, recipes and support.
The Bermuda Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian charitable organization that helps people in crisis, providing health and social services to our community.
The Bermuda Regiment has a proud history of service here at home and overseas.
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is all about advancing everyone’s understanding of our oceans and seas.
CADA, Bermuda’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse has been in existence since the early 1970s.