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Our Mission

We’re a non-profit organization that supports small-scale projects that are community led and inspired. Through the funding of these projects we empower communities to create their own meaningful change. While the projects we support are relatively small in budget, the results are high in impact and most importantly, focused on long-term sustainability.

We believe that when you do good, the echoes of that action can be heard around the world. Good Inspires Good.


Recent News

Honduras: A New Kitchen

August, 6, 2014 In March we took a trip to visit the San Jose Bakery in Guatemala. It was an amazing and inspiring trip but, as is often the case in this line of work, we saw how much more remains to be done. The need and potential for projects...

Film To See: Sweet Dreams

July 8, 2014   Many of us know the horrors that took place in Rwanda in 1994, when a genocide killed nearly one million people and left those who remained divided and traumatized. The film, Sweet Dreams, tells the story of how one woman...

Uganda: Photos From The Field

June 17, 2014 With every trip to Uganda we are reminded of why we do what we do. Every smile is worth the hard work, every plate of food feels like a great accomplishment, and every new child enrolled in school is a small victory. Our most recent ...