'Suspended coffee' brews a perfect cup to help the needy
The goal of the movement is to help those who may be down on their luck by buying them a coffee
Cafes and restaurants across the province are taking part in a growing 'suspended coffee' movement to help Islanders in need.
When people are buying their double-doubles or vanilla lattes, they pay for a second cup that will later be given to someone in need.
Christy Morgan, the organizer who first brought the idea to P.E.I. said there's a warmth to the gesture.
Morgan says about ten businesses are already taking part and she hopes that number will continue to grow.
Miranda Mak at the Living Grace Life Cafe says a number of her customers have been keen to take part.
"In just one week or so we have ... more than 40 suspended coffees here now," said Mak.