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October 2016 – Ugandan Gold

Monthly Archives: October 2016

3 Benefits of Clean Water. It’s More Important Than Ya Think.

All of our profits go toward well drilling projects in Uganda – as you know. We aim to have thousands of wells dug all over Africa, at the same time spreading the Word of God. Logistically, clean water saves lives. Here’s how: Every cell in our bodies is composed of water. Water makes up 85% of […]

Throwing it Back to 2014

We produced this video during a mission trip in July, 2014. The footage is effective showing the joy which clean water can bring to a whole community – and you can help! With every cup of Ugandan Gold Coffee, three hundred cups of clean water are given to a community in Uganda. What does this mean? All of […]

I Usually Don’t Like It Black… But When It’s Ugandan Gold Coffee I Do. A Word from Lindy, the Cream Lover.

As a budding high school student, I never enjoyed the taste of coffee. It was bitter, made me jittery and frankly was just too expensive for my small saving account. That all changed spring semester of my first year of college when I desperately needed a pick-me-up at 11:30 at night with 2-3 more hours […]

A Letter From Uganda: Update on Kakindo

A few weeks ago,  Herbert Asiimwe, CEED/Ugandan Gold Coffee’s General Manager of Ugandan Operations, sent us an email updating the Ugandan Gold Coffee organization on the results of our drilling team’s efforts at drilling a well in Kakindo. Here is what he sent us: Hello, Mukama asimwe!   (Means “Praise the Lord” in Runyoro, the local […]

We’re Brand New and We Need Your Help – a Note to our Supporters

Faithful followers and supporters of Ugandan Gold Coffee, we are happy to announce a change of style. Our board has recently hired on two private contractors, JP Popham and Lindy Bowser, and their ultimate goal is to find the best ways to reach you, our readers. As entrepreneurship majors at Grove City College, we hope […]