Haitians are tired of living in poverty and fearing for their lives. The need for long-term solutions is overdue and requires your attention.
Meet Kaitryn Olson, Singing Rooster’s new summer publicity intern and burgeoning home roaster. Kaitryn is studying economics and mathematics at the University of Wisconsin. Kaitryn met Molly (head rooster) at a spring UW symposium and wanted more! We’re thrilled to have her as part of the team. She’s smart, curious, and understands the world belongs to everybody. On her first week at Singing Rooster, she began learning about home roasting and brewing Haitian coffee; here’s her personal account of a week at Singing Rooster. I … Read More
Why do you travel? To try new foods? Meet new people? Maybe you travel to help others who seem to have less than you or maybe you want to run to new and distant lands (definitely me, Keelia, all the time). Maybe it’s because you can. Whatever your reasons, it’s time you traveled Haiti. Not only is Haiti beautiful, friendly, and has perfect temperatures, it has that sense of home you’re not going to find in other places. The culture of Haiti is welcoming and … Read More