For over five years Three Avocados has funded global water and education projects in Uganda and Nicaragua through the sale of their coffee and branded products like tumblers, T-shirts, and coffee mugs.
I recently received two bags of Three Avocados arabica ground coffee – one from Nicaragua and the other from Uganda. Both are quite good. I am a big fan of very strong, dark roast coffee and Three Avocados definitely does not disappoint.
When I opened my box of samples, the smell of coffee hit me before I even saw the coffee bags. I loved that immediately. In my experience if I can smell ground coffee before I even open the bag I know it will likely be very good.
Three Avocados was created after its founder took a trip to Uganda and wanted to do more to help the people who he had met. His story is similar to many social entrepreneurs who see a need and fulfills it. Providing clean water to those in need became a priority because 1 billion people today still lack access to clean drinking water across the globe.
Giving to water projects is easy to do with Three Avocados. 100 percent of the Net proceeds from the coffee sales go to education projects in Nicaragua and water projects in Uganda. Thus far, over 20,000 people have been reached in Uganda with clean water.
Visit www.threeavocados.org to buy coffee for good.
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