Cold Brew Bros. Focuses on Community Building with CCEF

Sean Jordan, (2nd from left) founder of Cold Brew Bros., a mobile coffee company, along with his sons Kingston, a CCMS student, and Maxwell, a CCHS student, who are Co-Presidents of the company, stopped by the CCEF offices recently to make a donation to CCEF and talk about their commitment to giving back to students in our community.

Along with the company’s mission to foster entrepreneurial skills and experience for young people, the Cold Brew Bros. team has stated its intention to build an ongoing partnership with CCEF to provide additional donations as their business grows.

Sean Jordan stated, “Community building and civic citizenry have always been measures at the heart of our #groundedandwellrounded pathway, so we couldn’t be happier to join forces with CCEF and to be spearheading the Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative for CCUSD. Purchase Cold Brew Bros. with confidence knowing that a percentage of our profits are aligned with a greater vision and purpose.”

Follow them on Instagram @coldbrewbros, and email [email protected] to make a purchase.

CCUSD School Superintendent Leslie Lockhart, Sean Jordan, Kingston Jordan, Maxwell Jordan, CCEF Executive Director Melanie Mack and CCEF Board President Wendy Hamill.

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