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Our passion is for more than just coffee – it’s for the communities we serve. From farmer to roaster, from barista to customer, from store back to origin, we desire to love and to serve full circle. Coffee is the bridge.
We desire to do what we say by upholding our commitments to our employees, as well as our commitments to partnerships with safe water organizations, who provide holistic, integrated programs for safe water access and empower local partners to be a voice of change in their communities.
Global development is messy, long and hard, but it’s work worth doing. Your supporting gifts are truly appreciated. Give a one-time donation of any amount. No PayPal account is required and major credit cards are accepted. Transactions are securely processed.
Since opening the first store in 2012, your loyalty to The Well has provided over $200,000 and impacted over 50 communities and 20,000 people locally and globally with clean water, health and dignity! These coffee communities include:
You brought clean water through the Kahawatu Foundation to 7000 households that surround Mushonyi Coffee Washing Station so children no longer have to walk for water.
After a devastating 5 years of drought, now over 1,200 people have access to safe clean drinking water because of you and our local partners Water4!
You brought clean water, hygiene, sanitation and nutrition education to the ‘birthplace of coffee’ where our donation impacted over 3,000 people through Blood:Water and Drop of Water.
You have invested in new equipment and built the capacity of local experts at Lifewater International to bring water to previously unreached communities!
You brought clean water through Living Water Mexico to communities and schools in Oaxaca, include 360 students at Escuela Margarita Maza de Juarez where water-borne illnesses no longer prevent them from going to school.
Through our partners Living Water Project, Lipscomb University and ADICAY, 89 homes in La Reforma now have access to safe water. Previously, water borne diseases prevented children from going to school and adults from working. Today, water borne diseases have been reduced by 99%!
Thanks to you and the Chain Collaborative, 60 families residing in San Antonio del Chaparral now have improved water sources and local coffee farms have been protected from erosion through the planting of trees.
You have brought water, health and dignity to those impacted by a devastating tornado impacting and displacing many in our community through ShowerUp, The Laundry Stop and People Loving Nashville.