Interfaith Partners

 

Equal Exchange's Interfaith Program is a vibrant network of thousands of faith communities working to make a difference, together. Through the Interfaith Program, we partner with faith-based relief, development and human rights organizations and work with communities of faith as they learn about and promote Fair Trade. People of faith are living out their values through their consumer choices, and farming communities are providing for their families, greening our planet and building a better future. 

  • American Friends Service Committee

    Started in 1999, the AFSC Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the American Friends Service Committee to involve more Friends in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • American Jewish World Service

    Started in 2009, the AJWS Fair Trade Project, Better Beans, is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the American Jewish World Service to involve synagogues and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America

    Started in 2011, the Baptist Fair Trade Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the Baptist Peace Fellowship Of North America to involve more Baptist congregations and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Catholic Relief Services

    Catholic Relief Services and Equal Exchange have had a partnership since 2007, collaborating to involve more Catholic individuals and communities in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Church of the Brethren

    Started in 2002, the Church of the Brethren Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the Church of the Brethren to involve more Brethren communities and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Disciples of Christ

    Started in 2008, the Disciples of Christ Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange, Disciples Home Missions, and Week of Compassion to involve more Disciples in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Lutheran World Relief

    Started in 1996, the LWR Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and Lutheran World Relief to involve Lutheran communities and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Mennonite Central Committee U.S.

    Started in 2003, the MCC Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the Mennonite Central Committee to involve more Mennonite communities and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Presbyterian Church USA

    Started in 2001, the Presbyterian Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the Presbyterian Church USA's Enough for Everyone Program to involve more Presbyterian communities and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

    Started in 2001, the UUSC Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee to involve more Unitarians in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • United Church of Christ

    Started in 2004, the UCC Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the United Church of Christ Justic and Witness Ministries to involve more Congregational churches and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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  • United Methodist Committee on Relief

    Started in 2002, the UMCOR Coffee Project is a collaboration between Equal Exchange and the United Methodist Committee on Relief to involve more Methodist communities and individuals in supporting small farmers around the world.

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