United Way of Central Georgia is excited to announce two great opportunities to support The Merrie Christmas Project this holiday season. Z Beans and UWCG have collaborated to create Christmas Coffee, A Gingerbread Blend to benefit The Merrie Christmas Project; Macon Monogramming is printing The Merrie Christmas Project t-shirts and donating 100% of sales proceeds to The Merrie Christmas Project.
The Merrie Christmas Project was created in memory of Merrie Kaplan by United Way of Central Georgia, alongside her parents, Mike and Nancy Kaplan, to provide food, holiday decorations, and gifts to families in need during the holiday season. This Christmas blend of coffee features delightful notes of gingerbread and vanilla, reminiscent of the joy and cheerfulness that Merrie brought to everyone she met.
The coffee has just been made available for $19.99 and can be purchased by visiting https://www.unitedwaycg.org/ChristmasCoffee. Macon Monogramming and United Way of Central Georgia will together launch the coffee and t-shirts (cash or check only please) Monday, November 25th at 11 am at Macon Monogramming at 5070 Forsyth Road. The media and the public are invited to attend, taste the Christmas Coffee, and #BeMerrie at this exciting launch.
The United Way of Central Georgia would like to thank the local community for all the recent support of The Merrie Christmas Project with special thanks to Brad Michael of Macon Monogramming and Shane Buerster of ZBeans for helping us raise funds to bring joy at Christmas in Merrie’s memory.