The Do Good Initiative
the non-profit side of what we do
We build flourishing communities with holistic solutions, seeking to meet social, economic, and spiritual needs in the most sustainable way possible. Each Do Good project is chosen based on needs which are communicated by local leadership.
Do Good Health
Our vibrant coffee growing communities in Kivu and Ruli are located in secluded areas, tucked away from the reach of Rwanda’s various health care programs. Implementing a Community Health Clinic in the heart of these villages is an opportunity to directly affect the lives of those who make Thousand Hills possible.
The Nziza Collective
The Nziza Collective is 200 women who are the single providers for their families. This year their coffee was of an unparalleled calibre, and was set aside from the rest of the Kivu Lake harvest to be featured as a microlot. However, poverty still perpetuates cycles of abuse and need, and the women of the Nziza Collective have become our priority as we together seek ways to build the health of their communities.
The Evergreen Water Project
Many communities lack access to clean water. The journey to the nearest source can take hours a day, and the water itself is often contaminated. Our goal is to serve the communities we work with by ensuring they have access to this basic human right.