Made in Cayman nonprofit

 

Franca interviewed Scott Haugh, Director of The Haugh Family Foundation and co-founder of Cayman Cigar Company.

Cayman Cigar Company has a unique story in that they are the world’s first and only premium cigar company to give 100% of all net profits to charity. They are helping Caymanians in addiction recovery in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands through their nonprofit The Bridge Foundation (www.thebridgefoundationcayman.org) and growing tobacco at their nonprofit Beacon Farms (www.beaconfarmscayman.org). Beacon Farms employs graduates of The Bridge Foundation and teaches sustainable farming practices while providing stable careers for deserving local residents who are continuing their sobriety and improving their lives. Cayman Cigar Company will soon make the world’s first cigar for international export using 100% grown tobaccos from Beacon Farms. This will be the first super-premium, very limited production cigar from a brand-new tobacco growing region.

Visit the Cayman Cigar Company and the Haugh Family Foundation. The foundation supports inclusive learning programs for special needs children, educational and entrepreneurial opportunities for U.S. Veterans and specialized agricultural opportunities and training for Caymanians in addiction recovery in the Cayman Islands.

 

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