3-19 Coffee and Graffiti HeArt in Cleveland

Update: Check out the article by Josh Usmani in Cleveland Scene and visit our Merch+ page to purchase these limited edition Graffiti HeArt coffee tins! 

We are extremely excited to announce our partnership in Cleveland with the non-profit organization, Graffiti HeArt! When we first met and discussed the goals of each of our organizations, we knew that Graffiti HeArt would be the perfect partnership for 3-19 Coffee Cleveland. In October, we are releasing our one-of-a-kind coffee tins in Cleveland area stores. Each sale not only supports our coffee farmers, it supports local artists and the Graffiti HeArt art scholarships for students in under-served areas. This collaboration includes pieces from local artists Garrett Weider, Rust Belt Monster Collective, Don’t Panic!, and an interactive Graffiti HeArt mural created during the 2014 Gay Games. 



Graffiti HeArt is a non-profit [501(c)3] founded in 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio that promotes graffiti and mural art and artists through commissioned mural installations aimed toward urban revitalization projects in private, public, and corporate settings. Engaging with prospective clients, Graffiti HeArt provides coordination, oversight, and curation of art installations, generating funding to support artists commissions and scholarship funding for underserved youth. Developing a successful partnership with Cleveland Institute of Art since 2015, Graffiti HeArt has sponsored 15 scholarships for high school students through the Pre-College Program, resulting in $25,000 of donations by Graffiti HeArt to date. Fully operated and run by volunteers, Graffiti HeArt Inspires Health and Art in the Community. For more information about Graffiti HeArt and to make a donation, visit www.graffitiheart.org.

We look forward to continuing this partnership and supporting local art in Cleveland. Keep an eye out for our Cleveland Graffiti HeArt coffee tins in a store near you!


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