This Good News story reminds me a lot of Drive-Thru Difference (coming up this Friday – don’t miss it!)
Tough economic times and growing poverty in much of Europe are reviving a humble tradition that began some one-hundred years ago in the Italian city of Naples. It’s called caffè sospeso — “suspended coffee”: A customer pays in advance for a person who cannot afford a cup of coffee. It’s an elegant way to show generosity: an act of charity in which donors and recipients never meet each other, the donor doesn’t show off and the recipient doesn’t have to show gratitude. Read the full story here. Then, print your Drive-Thru Difference note to get ready for Friday!