Non-Profits & NGOs
An NGO working to improve the lives of women in coffeelands.
We are an NGO working to improve the lives of children in coffee countries.
Our mission is to facilitate the implementation of sustainable food security programs in coffee-growing communities.
An international charity with ties to specialty coffee focused on cervical cancer prevention in the developing world
Healthy Kids Concepts is resolved to create a movement where healthy eating, exercise and fun becomes the norm in the daily lives of our children.
We empower women in the international coffee community to achieve meaningful and sustainable lives.
With an industry so diverse in the state of Oregon, the only thing missing was a group to unite and bring the craft together. The Oregon Coffee Board was founded in 2014 to represent the Oregon coffee industry and promote the quality and diversity that is found among the coffee trade. As the first of it’s kind in the United States, the Oregon Coffee Board has elevated standards to encourage involvement and promote specialty coffee in the industry. Providing information and leadership to help guide members, the Oregon Coffee Board is dedicated to the betterment of each member’s craft.
Pueblo a Pueblo is committed to improving the health, education, and food security of coffee-growing communities through integrated community- and school-based programs.
The mission of the Relationship Coffee Institute (RCI), a non-profit public benefit corporation, is to increase social and economic opportunity for smallholder commodity farmers and their families.