SUPPORT FOR THE ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEE BRAND REGISTRATION PROCESS
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN PRODUCERS OF COFFEE VALLEDUPAR is a group led by 44 women coffee growers from the municipality of Valledupar in the department of Cesar.
This group of women is characterized by their desire to grow as a coffee community and improve their quality of life and coffee business conditions, through the transformation of the coffee they produce on their farms and its sale.
With your help, they hope to pay for the design, brand registration, denomination of origin of the coffee, giving added value to the coffee produced and thereby increasing income with the marketing of coffee by the associative group.
SUPPORT TO IMPROVE THE OPERATING CONDITIONS OF THE COFFEE SEEDLINGS NURSERY
UBACAFE is a group led by 10 women coffee growers from the municipality of Ubaque in the department of Cundinamarca.
For the past 3 years, the group has been undertaking its business of selling coffee seedlings with great effort, managing to obtain a competitive and profitable price, favoring the coffee growers who buy from them and generating income for themselves and their families. However, this year they do not have the necessary resources to purchase the operational material (baskets, water tanks and bags) for the operation of their nursery.
With this project, the aim is not to generate such a high increase in the prices of seedlings, so that they can endow their business, generate profit, manage a sale price that is not so high, and achieve savings so that they can invest and next year have sufficient resources to be profitable and manage good prices.
With your help, the group of women will be able to equip themselves with 10 baskets to transport coffee seedlings, a 500-liter tank to facilitate irrigation and 15,000 bag units to pack the seedlings, which will strengthen their community nursery business.
SUPPORT FOR THE PRODUCTION AND PLANTING OF 1000 TREES OF NATIVE SPECIES
THE PARTICIPATORY COUNCIL OF WOMEN OF SAMANÁ is a group led by 28 women coffee growers from the municipality of Samaná in the department of Caldas.
Since 2019, this group of women has carried out essential work to contribute to the empowerment of women coffee growers as well as to the improvement of the environment in their area and their coffee lots, protecting and conserving the hydrographic micro-basins that supply and supply the village aqueducts. of the municipality of Samaná.
This initiative contributes to the protection and conservation of natural resources as well as to improving the income of the women coffee growers who participate in the process.
For them, working producing and planting trees of native species plays a vital role in ecosystems, giving rise to the conservation and protection of micro-watersheds, with the aim of giving greater added value to their natural environment and thus providing protection to biodiversity as well as favoring the connectivity of the relicts of natural forests, the enrichment of forests, the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the conservation of water sources and the permanence of their traditional ways of life to support and contribute to the sustainable and productive life of its coffee plantations, as well as its natural and cultural heritage.
With your help, the group of women will be able to carry out the structuring, production and planting of 1,000 trees of native species strategically distributed in the area of interest, which contribute not only to the recovery and protection of the environment, but also to their quality of life and to continue growing their empowerment as women coffee growers.
SUPPORT FOR THE PURCHASE OF A COFFEE GRINDER FOR A MOBILE SHOP
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN COFFEE GROWERS AND FARMERS OF COLOMBIA ANCAC is a group led by 43 women coffee growers from the municipality of Rio Frio in the department of Valle del Cauca.
One of the characteristics of these women is leadership focused on innovation through coffee entrepreneurship. This initiative contributes to the consolidation of the mobile coffee shop, in which the group has been working for a year and a half, by strengthening the quality of the coffee produced through its modernization and application of good practices, achieving a quality grade.
Additionally, they managed to consolidate and register their coffee brand and have been promoting it in local markets. They have managed to acquire the vehicle in which they are carrying out the assembly of the store and today they are training with the national apprenticeship service in specialty coffees.
With your help, the association will be able to strengthen the infrastructure of its mobile coffee shop by providing equipment to grind coffee that they produce on their farms and sell in their mobile shop through different types of preparations that require different grinding styles.
Coffee Crowdfunding is a new way of contributing to the well-being of Colombian coffee-growing families, through donations made by Colombian coffee lovers around the world.
The resources received through this initiative of the Colombian National Coffee Growers Federation (FNC), will be invested in short-term sustainability projects that will improve the living conditions of Colombian coffee producers, allowing consumers to connect and contribute to well-being of our coffee families.
The FNC is a non-profit institution that represents all Colombian coffee growers nationally and internationally, seeking their well-being and profitability.
Thanks to the efficiency and transparency with which we have carried out sustainability projects for more than 90 years for the benefit of coffee farming families, we have established ourselves as key allies in the implementation of social projects in the country.
We assure our allies and benefited coffee growers, the execution of donated resources with complete traceability.
For every purchase of Colombian coffee that you make, through our allies, a percentage will be destined as seed to plant the coffee dreams of our coffee growers.
With your purchase invoice number, find your donation here.
In the section FUNDING SEEDS, you will know the percentage collected and be able to consult the progress of the project in which you are contributing.
In the section OUR HARVEST, you will see how your seed managed to harvest a coffee dream, once the 100% of the goal of the project is reached.
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– José Leobardo Montoya