Grounds for Health is delighted to welcome new funder DS Services of America, Inc. (DS Services) to our Leadership Circle. Their generous gift helps make possible our continued work in coffee regions of Nicaragua and Peru while adding the necessary resources to get our program in Ethiopia off the ground.
Grounds for Health is the grateful recipient of a two-year $45,000 grant award for the Development of Origin Resources from the ECOM Foundation. Since 2006, the ECOM Foundation has made a significant contribution to Grounds for Health’s programs through engaging ECOM staff in collaborative activities in Mexico, Tanzania, Nicaragua and Peru, and by providing financial... Read More
As we near the end of the calendar year, and in this season of Thanksgiving, we are mindful of all the individuals and companies who have made the work of this past year possible. Of course we are most grateful to our 250 financial supporters, but there are many others who have supported our work... Read More
The Grounds for Health Coffee Auction rallies the coffee industries together in a meaningful way to generate funds for our programs in coffee-growing communities. It is our biggest fundraiser of the year—last year it helped raise close to $100,000. Even though it is an event for coffee importers, producers, roasters and retailers, everyone can get... Read More
We’re pleased to announce that the MauiGrown™ Coffee brand has agreed to donate select beans to the Annual Grounds for Health Coffee Auction. MauiGrown™ is the largest individually operated coffee grower in the US, and the only major producer of 100% MAUI Origin Coffee on the planet.
Next time you stroll through Whole Foods Market, keep an eye out for Allegro Coffee’s Tanzania Kanyovu display. From March 24th through July 13, you can purchase special bags of coffee that help support our work with the Kanyovu Co-operative and the Jane Goodall Institute. When you grab a bag of coffee, read the display... Read More
In December, Adam Pesce of Toronto-based roaster Reunion Island Coffee decided he would use his creativity to raise awareness and funding for Grounds for Health. He talked to a few friends in Toronto’s art community, and in just two weeks, managed to recruit 15 Toronto artists to create art out of coffee cups. He then... Read More