Corona Aid Campaign

Order Crazy Calm and help COVID-19 relief efforts

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Update 4/1: We have extended our campaign to include the month of April. Because time is of the essence, we donated the funds raised from our March orders. Screenshot here.  Donation ID to Verify at Direct Relief:  2042-1961-1-839644-961985

Update 5/2: Campaign completed! A second donation has been made to Direct Relief. Screenshot here. Donation ID to Verify at Direct Relief: 2042-1961-1-880163-999566


Crazy Calm family,

You are probably wondering why a CBD coffee company is sending you a message about the corona virus?

Simply put, we want to get the word out and raise some money for Direct Relief, an organization working in the U.S. and internationally to equip doctors and nurses with life-saving medical resources to care for the world’s most vulnerable people.

For every online order from now until the end of March April, all profits will be donated to Direct Relief.

We chose Direct Relief (DirectRelief.org) because they have a long standing track record, have already helped tremendously and will continue to do so:

“In the U.S., Direct Relief is delivering protective masks – along with exam gloves and isolation gowns – to health care organizations in areas with confirmed COVID-19 cases.”

“In China, Direct Relief has delivered via FedEx more than 30,000 pounds of protective gear — nearly 800,000 N95 and surgical masks, more than 400,000 gloves, and numerous coveralls, face shields, and shoe covers — to frontline health workers.”

They also have a rating of over 98/100 on Charity Navigator.

Place an order today for yourself or a friend who could use a boost of relaxing energy.

You can also donate directly to Direct Relief at directrelief.org.

We will update the amount of funds we raised and share our donation receipt on May 2nd.

Thank you,

Crazy Calm team.

P.S.: Our December charity campaign created over 2,000 meals in Venezuela and South Sudan. It was featured in a few publications, like this one:  “How Charities Are Using Crypto to Feed The World”