Suspended Coffees and ‘nano-philanthropy’ – your thoughts

Dear Readers!

I’m currently researching the Italian and latterly Eastern European tradition of ‘Suspended Coffees’ and its juxtaposition to modern day philanthropy. 

As ever, I’ve produced some early mind-drafts on the link with low-cost marketing strategies and (cynically) the corporate tax advantages of large-scale ‘giving’, but would like to know more about your personal experience of helping the less fortunate in our society.

Let me know!




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"Life is the name of the game, and I want to play the game with you" as Bruce Forsyth used to sing at the top of 'The Generation Game'. This blog is all about observational, irreverent but sometimes deeply emotional musings of everyday life from my perspective.
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2 Responses to Suspended Coffees and ‘nano-philanthropy’ – your thoughts

  1. Mr M says:

    To be honest, a new concept on me, read on Internet just a few days ago. I do support GOSH through GAYE (😄) and have previously made significant donations at key life stages. I would certainly like to support this kind of micro-philanthropy at a cafe culture level.

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