People who do volunteer work through a fundraising program are able to capture more customer engagement in their products than those who are paid to promote products. Combined with our nonprofit organizations’ objectives with the following causes, this should result in an easy promotional campaign for your group.
Imagine your own Coffee Club!
We have been using coffee as a fundraiser since 2001. Now we are offering our services to other non profits to help them realize that selling coffee is a great way to raise money for their public/home schools, sport teams, church groups, etc.
Our coffee carries a Fairway Certification which guarantees that 100% of the net profits from the sale of this coffee will go to third-world impoverished children and their caregivers.
Most Canadian households have coffee as a staple food. Once your customers get a taste of this coffee, they will be lining up to place another order. That virtually means your coffee sales will be a Continuous Fundraiser. And we have a plan for you to help make that happen. Imagine your own Coffee Club!
Manos Extendidas (Extended Hands) has two feeding centers on hillside neighbourhoods on the outskirts of the city of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Throughout the week, the feeding centers serve as a preschool to approx. 40 - 60 children, aged 3-5 years old. On Saturdays, they run a program at both centers whereby they provide a meal for approx. 300 children up to the age of 14 years old. This may be the only meal that these children will get to eat that day.
Child Survival Program
Compassion’s Child Survival Program provides education for mothers or primary caregivers to ensure that children survive the early years. They are taught critical child development skills and how to administer them when children are most vulnerable to disease and malnutrition.
Ministry to Missionaries
Missionaries living in cross-cultural settings often face a variety of different challenges. These include adapting to dangerous social environments while living far away from family and friends. Many missionaries experience periods of high stress and discouragement. Often, many experience burnout. Their well-being is important to the success of programs developed to help the impoverished.