This is the second podcast in a quick series about Briggo’s support of The Del Fuego Project (listen to our first podcast with Briggo’s founder here). During the months of October and November Briggo is donating 10 cents of every cup sold directly to Del Fuego. This money will help to aid, empower, and educate the smallholder coffee farmers in Yepocapa, Guatemala.

In this podcast, Taya Brown, founder of The Del Feugo Project, highlights their progress and the recent volcanic eruptions that occurred as recently as this week (11/19). Taya has been a good friend to our founder and CTO, Chas Studor, for a while now so, this project has been incredibly important to our company.

The best part is seeing the farmers have hope after the eruption!

Taya Brown

PhD Candidate at Texas A&M University & Founder of The Del Fuego Project

How can you help? We’re glad you asked.

  • Buy a Briggo coffee and we donate 10 cents – every cup counts
  • Donate directly to Del Fuego – donations are tax-deductible 
  • Support Del Fuego’s efforts by sharing this link ( with coworkers, friends, family and even strangers! 

Listen to our podcast with Briggo’s founder & CTO, Chas Studor, here.

Learn more about Del Fuego Project here.

Read about Chas’ trip to Yepocapa, Guatemala here.