The tea sachets will be shipped to the breakrooms of first responders at:
--- NYC Health + Hospital - N.Y.C.
--- MetHealth PA - Haltom City, Texas
--- John Muir Health, Walnut Creek Medical Center - Walnut Creek, Calif.
--- Dr. Eric Jung and staff - Los Angeles, Calif.
In total, The Tea Spot is donating more than $35,000 (retail value) of tea sachets from its line of specialty teas, including: Organic Spring Dragonwell, Japanese Orchid Sencha, Rise & Chai and Organic Natural Glow White Tea.
Maria Uspenski, founder and CEO of The Tea Spot and author of Cancer Hates Tea, says, "As a team, The Tea Spot wants to recognize the commitment first-responders have made to saving the lives of others during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Our company exists to help support wellness through tea, so we're sending a variety of whole-leaf tea sachets to hospital and medical breakrooms, in the hopes that our tea will give them a little boost and renewal when they need it most. We are honored to be able to help spread a bit of care and reprieve to those who are caring for us all."
Jessica Kochik, CMO for The Tea Spot, says, "The Tea Spot tea sachets are a small gesture to show that we care about first-responders, who are caring for us all during this unprecedented time. We're also committed to empowering health and happiness just as much today as ever before. As we work hard to provide inspiring teas and teaware designed to make enjoying tea easy, we are honored to be able to donate 10 percent of all profits in-kind through our 10% for Wellness program."
The Tea Spot's premium, award-winning loose tea blends are micro-blended in small batches. With full-leaf teas, botanicals and functional teas, the company has evolved age-old traditions to allow exquisite flavor and good health to collide in every cup.
To learn more about The Tea Spot, visit https://theteaspot.com or email email@example.com.
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