We greatly appreciate our donors and how their (your) support helps us serve vulnerable people.
as we work to support our partners in ways that promote innovation and independence not dependency - we also need to do the same.
The collective trades project
Started by a group of friends from around the world, the Collective Trades project aims to build stronger communities through ethical business. This group of friends from Europe, the US and the Caribbean pooled their resources to open Cafe Quotidien in Bukavu and other small scale projects geared at linking local artists, growers and creatives to markets.
We regularly offer Collective Coffee on our website for a minimum donation and a percentage of overall proceeds from Collective Trades supports our work as well.
Social enterprise initiatives and partnerships like this, help us continue our work on the ground.
Together with the Collective Trades project we work to create long-term meaningful impact in the lives of women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo through training, income generation and more.