Burly Man Coffee Is On A Mission To Help 100 Single Moms

May 22, 2019

A South Florida-based subscription coffee company is on a mission to donate a new car to 100 single mothers.

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Burly Man Coffee kicked off their charitable campaign in March by donating a car to a single mom from Lake Worth who has a non-verbal autistic son.

Celeste Bokstrom has been the full-time caretaker for her son, Logan, 16, and has been without a car for four years, making it difficult to get groceries or go to doctors' appointments.

Bokstrom finally raised enough money to buy a used car online -- only to find out it was stolen.

"I was shocked and extremely disappointed," Bokstrom told Burly Man Coffee. "It took me a long time to save up enough money to buy a car. I lost it all in a moment. I was devastated."

But she was even more surprised when the coffee company surprised her with a brand new car, along with an iPad to help her son communicate, a makeover and a shopping spree.


"I had no idea this was going to happen to me," she said. "I had faith and believed that God knew my struggles, but I never expected this. Receiving a car has changed my world. And Logan is now getting the help he deserves. I'm so grateful."

Jeremy Wiles, the founder of Burly Man Coffee, said he's been passionate about coffee for a long time, but he wants to do more than just sell coffee.

"Coffee is our craft, and helping people is our passion," Wiles said. "But, I'm also sick of turning on the TV and hearing the far left political and social warriors push their toxic masculinity message in our faces. Not all men are barbaric, sexist, misogynistic, racist monsters. We wanted a way to share our passion for great coffee and help others, but also push back against this dangerous agenda that targets men. So, we started Burly Man Coffee."

The company released a video about Celeste's story and her reaction to getting a new car. You can watch it here.

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