Did you know that more than 150 babies die every year in our own backyard? The fact is, Ohio's infant mortality rate ranks #45th worst in the nation, that's even worse than in some developing countries. Hard to believe, huh?


Bottoms Up Coffee Co-Op has a mission to use coffee and coworking to reduce infant mortality in Columbus, Ohio. We do this through the following key initiatives:


Donating to moms in need

We donate 10% of Bottoms Up coffee sales to local nonprofits, helping remove socio-economic barriers pregnant moms-in-need face. 

Increasing workforce development

To increase workforce development we connect coworkers with community engagement opportunities in Franklinton.

Showing disadvantaged youth that we care 

We mobilize the millennial generation to mentor disadvantaged youth and pregnant teen moms in Franklinton through partnerships with area nonprofits and youth advocate agencies. 


Helping those who help

We train and house a Community Health Worker (who's also an area resident) to  help pregnant moms one-on-one through the CelebrateOne Connector Corps.

Providing diapers to low-income families

WIC/Medicaid doesn’t cover the cost of paper products such as disposable diapers. Free diapers are distributed to moms participating in the CelebrateOne Connector Corps community conversations in the Franklinton and Hilltop neighborhoods. Diapers are also distributed door-to-door to families in the neighborhood  by our Community Health Worker.