Since our humble beginnings in 2004 — just two people bagging and selling coffee — RedEye has existed to make the world a better place by investing after tax profits in local and global humanitarian causes. RedEye founder, Mark McNees, strived to ensure that RedEye's foundation prioritized making an environmental, global, and local impact.
Over the years, in partnership with some amazing members of our community, locally RedEye has donated roughly over $100,000 to Tallahassee nonprofits and global organizations. Moreover, through food donations and other in-kind giving, RedEye has contributed an estimated $250,000 to humanitarian causes.
Originally founded as a nonprofit program of Element3 Church, RedEye went under new ownership in 2018. Though the tax status and leadership may now be different, our heart for social impact remains the same.
To find out how you can join us at the forefront of corporate responsibility, local-centric business practices, and thoughtful sustainability, give us a call at (850) 999-8278 or email me at Barby@redeyecoffee.com
. Putting people before profits is what RedEye does best, but we're always going to be better together.
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