How do we give water when we sell coffee?
Thanks to you, we can change the world together. Sip4Sip Coffee is partnered with transaction giving pioneers B1G1 and it as simple as it sounds. Every time you buy one, we GIVE one.
We believe that every transaction in ANY business has the power to make a difference. Sip4Sip is committed to supporting the global effort towards the UN sustainable Development Goals. This is why we have partnered with B1G1 to work towards the UN's Sustainability Development Goals for a better Global Future.
UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Our Commitment to SDG 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation
THE GLOBAL GOALS
The 2030 agenda for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals) are 17 key areas that we must achieve results in by the 2030 deadline. Every business and person has a part to play. Head over to to find out more
SDG 6 - CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
We aim to provide 1 Million days of life saving water to people in need by 2023.
HOW IT WORKS
1 Bag of Coffee = 1 Month of water
Sip4Sip is a member of the Buy 1 Give 1 (www.b1g1.com) community which links us up with 2 amazing projects in Africa where water is a major issue. We impact water solutions in Ethiopia, and Malawi to provide lifesaving clean water to people who currently have none.
Our Sip4Sip program is how we can Make a Difference with the product we all love to drink. For every sip of coffee we sell via the beans you buy, we provide a sip of water through these great projects for someone in need. This means, for every week you have access to great coffee with your purchase with Sip4Sip Coffee, YOU are providing 1 MONTH worth of clean, safe water access to some in need.
OUR IMPACT IN MALAWI
Every Home Global Concern engages in projects in both Malawi and Zambia. Over the course of the past 3 years, a grand total of 217 wells have been constructed for the people in Malawi and Zambia.
OUR IMPACT IN ETHIOPIA
WellWishers is a support organisation which funds the construction of Hand-Dug Water Wells in the northern Ethiopia. Since 2002, they have constructed 722 wells.