Suspended Coffees

Suspended Coffees, is a great way to make the world a little better. It is a tradition, originated from Naples in Italy and by saying ‘suspended’ we simply mean that people can purchase for coffees in advance that are provided to those who cannot afford buying one. Customers, for example, can purchase two coffees, one for themselves and another one to be held as ‘suspended’ and people who are in need are welcome to come in the participating coffee shops and ask if there are any Suspended Coffees.


This initiative is to help poor and homeless or just those who deal with hardships and brighten their day.I have to say that I’m so glad, that there are still people who care about others, who invent these little ‘tricks’ in order to ‘warm’ some others’ hearts. These actions of care and affection show us that there is hope in the world and even though governments might have abandoned their tries on helping the poor and the homeless, Suspended Coffees is a pure sign of integrating them again into society to come and drink or eat decently.


Of course this is feasible not only with beverages but also with sandwiches, meals or whatever you are willing to pay for. The participant coffee shops carry the logotype (below) so as to let people know that they are supporting this concept. Many countries all over Europe, America and Asia join day by day the project of Suspended Coffees, so what if the time has come for Greece to join it, too? Would you support it?


Everyone can be informed by their official page on facebook: and those who are interested in participating as vendors can e-mail them at

‘ There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up’ -John Holmes


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  1. Paying it forward, one coffee at time | Saranna Elford

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