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Thanks for your interest in Ugandan Gold Coffee and the ministry to the people of Uganda.

Great Coffee = New Life!

Ugandan Gold Coffee is a part of the Christian East African and Equatorial Development Trust (CEED), which is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.  If you would like to become personally involved in this ministry, we encourage you to please pray and to send your gifts.

Prayer:  Please pray fervently for the success of the Ugandan Gold coffee farm, its managers, and the workers. An excellent harvest is necessary every year to assure that this self-sustaining ministry may continue to thrive and grow.  The success of the coffee farm and sales of the finished products results in:

  • Job for Ugandans.  Providing good wages, a fuller family life, and a healthy feeling of meaningful work well-done.
  • Bible studies at the farm every Wednesday afternoon that are resulting in the spread of the Gospel message and real Christian growth in the lives of the farm workers and their families.
  • Clean and healthful drinking water – available to all Ugandans, regardless of their station in life or their religion.
  • Development of a sense of responsibility for all in the Ugandan villages who not only have access to the clean drinking water, but also accept responsibility for the continued maintenance and successful operation of every water well that is developed by CEED.

 

Gifts:  Please give your donations to help this ministry thrive and grow. Your federal tax deductible gifts can be made below using the Donate button. You can designate your donation for a specific project like Clean Water by using the special instructions box on the credit card payment review page. Just click on the “message for seller” and a box will appear for your instructions.




You may  also send checks made out to C.E.E.D. Please mail any checks to:

Ugandan Gold Gourmet Coffee
PO Box 1362
Wexford, PA, 15090.

If you have questions or would like more information about the coffee farm, the coffee products, water-well development in Uganda, or if you are interested in visiting Uganda to help encourage those involved and to help with the work, please contact us!

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