PORTLAND, Maine – Coffee By Design has extended the deadline for applications for its Rebel Blend Fund Grant. The Rebel Blend Fund has awarded art grants to projects in Maine for 22 years. Since its launch, Coffee By Design has contributed over $95,000 to Maine non-profits arts organizations.
The 2019 recipients were:
Rebel Blend winners are chosen each year by a team of CBD employees from each of the coffeehouses, the roastery and management, who review all applications and determine where the grant money will be most beneficial. To be considered for Rebel Blend funding, applicants must submit art projects within the state of Maine along with a detailed description of how their projects would benefit from the grant money. Applications are accepted online.
Androscoggin Bank proudly supports Coffee By Design’s Rebel Blend Fund by recognizing the recipients in a Mainebiz ad.
About Coffee By Design:
Coffee By Design, a Maine-owned and operated coffee company since 1994, is dedicated to serving customers sustainably sourced, traceable, quality coffee. The company was recently named Roaster of the Year 2020 by Roast Magazine. Coffee By Design is B Corp Certified and has earned numerous awards recognizing business and coffee excellence including the 2016 Maine MEP Manufacturing Excellence Award, the Spurwink Humanitarian Award and the Governor’s Award for Business Excellence. Owners Mary Allen Lindemann and Alan Spear were named Maine SBA Small Business Person of the Year, 2014.
Coffee By Design operates a roastery and coffeehouse at One Diamond St, Portland, and has locations on Portland’s India St., Congress St. and in Freeport at L.L. Bean.
In addition to serving some of the world’s finest coffee, Coffee By Design is committed to supporting community, people and the environment. Served at over 650 select restaurants, cafes and gourmet stores, their coffee is enjoyed worldwide. For more information, go to coffeebydesign.com.
Gillian Britt, 207-450-9060