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Coffee company gives $300k to crisis pregnancy centers

Seven Weeks Coffee, which is named after the stage in a woman’s pregnancy when her preborn child is the size of a coffee bean, has donated more than $300,000 to crisis pregnancy centers nationwide.

Founder Anton Krecic says that the company developed from what he described as a grassroots movement as people began spreading the word. He believes part of the reason for the company’s continued growth is the attention it has received from major pro-life advocates such as Lila Rose and Allie Beth Stuckey. He also highlighted the company’s partnerships with more than 700 pregnancy centers, which he said allows coffee connoisseurs to help their local pregnancy center by buying Seven Weeks Coffee.

Seven Weeks Coffee partners with multiple pro-life organizations through its affiliate program, including the Center for Client Safety and Sidewalk Advocates for Life.

Learn more about area pro-life organizations serving women and babies

“They see the real pains that people are facing,” Krecic said. “They’re intervening in a crisis and acting as a shield and protector for mom and child. And basically, what we’re trying to tailor is, ‘Hey, we sell coffee of an amazing quality.’ So if that’s pregnancy centers, if that’s adoption clinics, organizations like Center for Client Safety that are shutting down abortion clinics, we’re going to find whoever we can that’s doing pro-life work and fund it through the sale of our coffee.”

The company partners with pregnancy centers throughout the country, including in Alaska, New York, Virginia, Texas and Pennsylvania. Pregnancy centers in Pennsylvania are facing a new challenge after Gov. Josh Shapiro’s administration ended a contract that provided funding to Real Alternatives. The organization operates a network of pregnancy centers offering various resources to pregnant women, including temporary shelter and parenting support. Seven Weeks Coffee held an online fundraiser for Real Alternatives that raised several thousand dollars on their behalf.

“We want to be advocates for pregnancy centers and convey the truth that they provide free medical care to women who are in real crisis,” Krecic said. “There are zero financial motives from a pregnancy center. Pregnancy centers are there to help mother and child. Abortion clinics are there to make a sale, convincing mothers that abortion is their only choice.”

More information is available at www.sevenweekscoffee.com.

–Alan Goforth | MV




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