“It’s giving people a second chance.” Jane Gow launched Be Kinder Coffee in 2019. She donates the money from sales to resettled refugees in North Texas.
GRAPEVINE, Texas — It started with an idea.
After a 30-year career in IT, Grapevine resident Jane Gow knew it was time for her second act.
“My husband and I decided, God give us our health and the chance to make it over here, so we decided it’s time for us to give back,” Gow said.
In 2019, the mom-of-three launched Be Kinder Coffee. It’s run entirely from her kitchen. The empty nester sells bags of organic coffee beans online and at farmer’s markets.
All the money she makes from sales goes directly to refugee families who are just starting out.
“I think it’s giving…