Impact Coffee offers single-origin, single-estate, 100% Arabica specialty coffee grown in New Oriente, Guatemala. Our coffee is “Strictly Hard Bean” grade rated 83 points and higher by the Specialty Coffee Association of America and recently received 8th Place in the Guatemalan National Coffee Association ́s Region IV Coffee Cupping Competition.
At Impact Coffee, we believe in creating a positive impact. We collaborate with female smallholder coffee farmers to empower them, their families, and their communities. We pay these farmers a fair price for their beans, assist them in investing in their farm, and help them improve their working conditions. Our coffee is 100% traceable, right back to the farmer that grew it.
100% net profit of all coffee sales are donated directly to Niños de Guatemala, an NGO providing education and empowerment to ~500 children who would otherwise not have access to it, to break the cycle of poverty and contribute to a better future for Guatemala.
Impact Coffee, creating a positive impact, from farmer to cup.
What a wonderful organization. We had no idea when we booked the tours the amazing charitable organization that is behind it all. We did the chicken bus tour and the worry doll tour. Our guide was a complete delight. The families we met were lovely and it was great seeing inside people’s homes, how they live, work, etc. But, learning about the founders of the organization and the charitable work they do with the schools was a big surprise. We are such fans that my son is signing up to sponsor a student! So cool.
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A Surprisingly Different Tour But in a Very Good Way!
My husband and I travel the world. This was a great tour! There were seven people in our group, all with different interests and tastes, but we all were impressed by this interesting tour. The tour is built around an NGO whose purpose is to provide educational and social services to children from low-income families. We learned not only about this NGO’s mission but details of the history of Guatemala and its society plus got a first-hand look at two unusual businesses and the living conditions of average Guatemalan families.
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