PITTSBURGH, PA (June 3, 2022) – Commonplace Coffee has partnered with nonprofit Haiti H2O (Hope to Opportunity) to release their first ever Haitian coffee, Three Mountains. The single origin coffee officially hit Commonplace Coffee shelves on Tuesday, May 31, and will be available for eight weeks through July 26. You can learn more about the coffee and purchase a 12oz bag priced at $20 at all Commonplace Coffee locations and online at Three Mountains will also be available for purchase as brewed drip coffee at all Commonplace Coffee locations on Thursday, June 9, and Friday, June 10.


Commonplace Coffee will donate 25% of proceeds from sales of this coffee to Haiti H2O. Funds raised from this project will go towards furthering current Haiti H2O proposals and projects including rebuilding a school in Meloniere that was destroyed in Hurricane Matthew, building homes for those in greatest need after the recent earthquake, hosting mobile medical clinics in Bassin Caiman and Plain Matin, and building a bathroom facility for school children in St. Martin. Haiti H2O is also exploring a micro-business proposal for a bakery in Plain Matin as well as working with another non-profit to do farmer training.


Rhonda Smith, executive director at Haiti H2O shares, “Our approach is to take time to listen to local leaders and invest in their ideas, empowering them to make positive change. We currently work with four rural communities on a variety of projects.” Some of those projects have included work with another nonprofit and Haitian coffee exporter Singing Rooster, who Commonplace Coffee was able to source coffee through for this collaboration.


Of the collaboration, Smith added, “We are thrilled to be part of the first release of a Haitian coffee with Commonplace Coffee. Haiti used to be one of the world’s largest suppliers of coffee, but political instability and natural disasters over the past 50+ years have crippled that industry.  We are glad that Commonplace is partnering with Haiti H2O to import coffee beans through a social enterprise who works with small coffee farms in rural Haiti to help the farmers access U.S. markets.”


To learn more about opportunities to support Haiti H2O, visit


About Commonplace Coffee


Founded in 2003, Commonplace Coffee is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with six community-based coffeehouses in Western Pennsylvania. The flagship coffeehouse as well as an additional cafe and bakery are located in Indiana, Pennsylvania. The remaining four locations as well as the roastery/headquarters are in Pittsburgh. Commonplace offers handcrafted coffee and pastries in an atmosphere that builds and fosters the neighborhoods it serves. Commonplace also provides cafe consultation, wholesale coffee, equipment, service, and training to a diverse cross-section of businesses looking to create or build their coffee program. Commonplace exists to create Solid Ground For All by bringing people from all walks of life together. Learn more by visiting or check them out on social media.


About Haiti H2O


Founded in 2006, Haiti H2O is a nonprofit based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Haiti H2O works with rural Haitian communities on projects such as educational infrastructure, composting toilets and medical clinics, micro-businesses, home construction, and livestock cooperatives. Every project within Haiti H2O is initiated by Haitian community leaders, employs Haitian tradespeople and uses Haitian supplies. Haiti H2O seeks to form relationships within communities. Through communication and understanding, they are able to more fully support their Haitian partners. Learn more by visiting or check them out on social media.

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