One Percent for the Planet
Cafe Milagro is proud to be Costa Rica’s first member of 1% for the Planet. In September of 2006, we joined a small group of concerned businesses around the world who pledged to donate 1% of sales to the conservation of our planet. By 2010, our global community had grown to 1,200 sustainable businesses in over 38 countries! Fast Company magazine considers 1% of sales the "gold standard" of corporate philanthropy. Although Cafe Milagro’s primary mission is to roast Costa Rica’s finest coffees, we are equally committed to contributing positively to our environment and community. As a member of 1% for the Planet, you can be assured that your purchase of Cafe Milagro not only tastes good, but does good!
For more information, see www.onepercentfortheplanet.org
Titi Conservation Alliance
Cafe Milagro is a founding member of Titi Conservation Alliance. We work to protect the endangered Titi (squirrel) Monkey through efforts focused on the conservation of the area surrounding Manuel Antonio National Park.
To accomplish this, we work as a true Alliance, bringing a continued sense of unity to the community, understanding that all of our financial efforts as business owners and community members are greatly strengthened by environmental sustainability.
The Titi Conservation Alliance was started in 2001 by a group of business owners within the tourist industry based around Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. Recognizing the need for conservation of their natural environment to maintain prosperity for their businesses, this group of entrepreneurs began the Alliance with the mission to promote sustainable development and to conserve the biodiversity of Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Region.
Today, the Alliance is composed of member businesses and individuals dedicated to saving the endangered titi monkey, and its habitat.
Titi Conservation Alliance is working to protect Costa Rica’s Central Pacific region through Sustainable Development, Habitat Reforestation, and Environmental Education.
For more information see www.monotiti.org.