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It all started with a wish...

Make-A-Wish® Colorado began in 1983 in memory of 7-year-old Jennifer Mazak. Although Jennifer did not receive a formal wish, she wanted to see the KIMN Chicken, a local radio mascot. When the KIMN Chicken was told of Jennifer’s wish, he came to visit her at her home. While Jennifer’s appearance had prompted teasing and stares from neighborhood children, she was the envy of them all when the KIMN Chicken hugged and held her and lavished attention on her alone. With the help of friends, family and members of the community, her mother, Joan, founded the Colorado chapter of Make-A-Wish shortly after Jennifer passed away, to bring that same magic to other children. 

We are reminded of Jennifer’s smiles each time we fulfill a wish. Founded in 1983 as one of the nation’s first Make-A-Wish Foundation chapters, Make-A-Wish Colorado has granted more than 5,500 wishes to eligible children throughout Colorado. Its mission is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

Make-A-Wish® Colorado

7951 E. Maplewood Avenue
Suite 126
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

(303) 750-9474

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(800) 366-9474



20% of all profits generated by Squatch GQ Cafe Coffee Co. are used to fund innovative and impactful Wish programs throughout the country. We strive to support the hard-working organizations and volunteers who fight for our children day in and day out, and we promise to deliver an amazing cup of coffee along the way!

Squatch GQ Cafe green coffee's are 100% Arabica, specialty grade coffee. After sourcing our green coffee from the top growing regions around the world (Peru, Colombia, Sumatra, Papua New Guinea, Ethiopia, Mexico, Guatemala, and Nicaragua), we then let our master roaster go to work. 

Our coffees are small batch roasted and require the skillful hand of our roast master to create the perfect beans for the perfect brew. We have a chance to do something great, and we would love for you to join us.


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Our Coffees


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Information about our coffees and the origin countries we source from:

From time to time this information does change as new harvests are received throughout the year. On occasion changes can include tasting notes and availability. Not all coffees are available year round.


Tasting notes include nutty hints and sweet chocolate. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 3,600 feet in the São Paulo state. It's popular as a dark roast coffee and makes great espresso with it's unique espresso type flavors. It's also a popular blend ingredient for cold brew coffees with a malt texture. Brazil is in South America. The country is located below Colombia and to the east of Peru. Brazil is the world's largest producer of coffee.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.


Tasting notes include a heavy body, toffee, chocolate and caramel with hints of molasses and blackberry. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 7,200 feet on the side of Mount Kilum. Cameroon is famous for white honey, and with this large population of bees the coffee plants receive lots of assistance in pollination. Coffee here was brought in the early 1900's from Jamaica, and this Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee flourished in the ideal climate conditions of Cameroon where the shade grown coffee is under the banana trees. Location is in central Africa. To its west is the Gulf of Guinea which is eventually the ocean further west, and to its north is Nigeria.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.


Tasting notes include toffee, apples and a fairly heavy body. This coffee is grown in the Antioquia and Calda regions at elevations between 3,800 and 4,400. Colombia is in South America at its northern tip and borders Ecuador and Venezuela. Nicaragua is to the north.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.

Costa Rica

Tasting notes include raisins, walnut and green apples with a medium body. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,900 feet in the higher mountain peaks of the Tarrazu growing region of the San Jose province. This province is known for the best coffee beans in the country. The bean variety is Arabica and includes a well balanced mix of Caturra and Catuai varieties. To the west of Tarrazu is the Dota growing region where some world renowned coffee beans are also grown. Costa Rica is in Central America with Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. East of the country is the Caribbean Sea and to the west is the Pacific Ocean.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee


Tasting notes include cigar tobacco and herbs. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 3,300 feet just south of the Salavan region border in a field at the top end of a waterfall. Coffee from Laos is preferred over the similar Sumatran coffees because its flavor is consistent from one harvest to the next, bringing the same unique flavor year round. Bordering countries around Laos include Thailand, Vietnam, China, Mynamar and Cambodia.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.


Tasting notes include sweet, citric, caramel and a bright finish with an occasional hint of milk chocolate. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 4,900 feet in the northern part of the Matagalpa region. It's a mixed Arabica variety of Caturra, Catuai, and Maragogipe coffee beans, which brings this coffee's unique flavor together. Nicaragua is in Central America just south of El Salvador and Honduras. South of its border is Colombia, the beginning of South America.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.

Papua New Guinea

Tasting notes include a heavy body with flavors of mandarin orange, caramel and chocolate. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,300 feet in the northern part of the Eastern Highlands, which is near the central area of the country. This area is full of mountains and valleys, making it a perfect place to grow fantastic coffee. Some mountain areas reach over 12,000 feet elevation. Often, this coffee is referred to as PNG coffee. Papua New Guinea is in the southwest Pacific Ocean, just north of Australia.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.


Tasting notes include cherries, nectarines and black currant. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 6,200 feet in the western province, not far from Lake Kivu, home to many mountain gorillas. The coffee grown here is Robusta and Arabica. Rwanda is in East Africa. To the north is Uganda, and to the south is Burundi. West of the country you would enter the Congo, and to the east, Tanzania or Kenya.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee.


Tasting notes include chocolate, cherries and caramel. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,900 feet in the southern highlands of Mbeya growing region. The French brought coffee plants here in the 1800's and in the 1920's India moved coffee here because of the ideal growing climate. Tanzania, like Brazil and Peru in South America, sits just below the equator, providing similar conditions for coffee plantations. Tanzania is located in East Africa. To the west is Rwanda and the Congo. To the east is the Indian Ocean. Heading north you would enter Burundi or Kenya, and south of the country is Mozambique.

Ingredients: 100% Arabica Coffee


Tasting notes include chocolate, raisins and green apples. This coffee is grown at an elevation of 5,900 feet on the south eastern edge of the country where rain forests are plentiful, in the Mount Elgon Volcano region. The volcano sits at the border of Uganda and Kenya. The area is home to baboons, blue monkeys, elephants, buffalo, over 300 species of birds, aardvarks and more. Dense forests populate much of the area and valleys of coffee, orchids, ferns and floral plants are common. Uganda is in East Africa, with Kenya to its east, Rwanda to the south, South Sudan to the north and the Congo to the west.

Ingredients: 100% Rain Forest Alliance Arabica Coffee.