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Your little cup makes a big difference.
Goodness in every cup.
Every sip is pleasant sweetness.
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Goodness in every cup. Every sip is pleasant sweetness.
Your little cup makes a big difference.
Every purchase of Karma Kisses teas and spices puts a smile on the faces of young people all around the world as you empower us to help provide them with basic amenities.
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Every purchase of Karma Kisses teas and spices puts a smile on the faces of young people all around the world as you empower us to help provide them with basic amenities.
Your little cup makes a big difference.
As the sun rises, so does our commitment to giving you the very best among all healthy beverages.
Shine as you take a cup of Karma Kisses teas.
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As the sun rises, so does our commitment to giving you the very best among all healthy beverage. Shine as you take a cup of Karma Kisses teas.
Every purchase of Karma Kisses teas and spices puts a smile on the faces of young people all around the world as you empower us to help provide them with basic amenities.

Your little cup makes a big difference

As you savor each cup of Karma Kisses teas, you are also supporting the world's best charities with evidence-backed, and highly effective work to alleviate extreme poverty and save lives, all the while taking care of yourself too.

“Make a difference for others;
experience a difference for yourself.”

You know that good karma can only be built on good karma; you know that giving is receiving and you are actually helping yourself when you invest in others. Like you, we believe in the positive, mutually beneficial cycle of good karma that brings good health, good fortune, and good spirits.

We have committed a dollar of every box of Karma Kisses teasKarma Kisses teas sold to our Good Karma Fund. This dedicated fund supports charities for children's care, health and development of the world’s poorest populations, environmental protection, etc. It might also respond to international emergency or poverty relief when needed.

We have undertaken to support only outstanding charities with a great cause and a strong proven track record—where the money is put to the best use possible.

Charities we proudly support

Project Healthy Children
Project Healthy Children

Project Healthy Children (PHC) works with national governments and manufacturers to fortify staple foods with essential micronutrients such as iron, folic acid and iodine, protecting populations from debilitating conditions caused by malnutrition. PHC works with both large-scale and small-scale producers of staple food products in order to reach even the most vulnerable populations with essential micronutrients, at an average cost of 25 cents per person per year.

PHC currently operates food fortification programs in Rwanda, Malawi, Liberia, Burundi, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania. The organization successfully completed a program in Honduras in 2010. Worldwide, PHC’s food fortification programs benefit more than 55 million people.



Living Goods
Living Goods

Living Goods employs and trains local people—the majority of whom are women—to sell goods and life-saving medical supplies at competitive prices. Living Goods provides businesswomen and saleswomen with employment and entrepreneurial skills while improving health outcomes in their communities. Using a micro-franchise model for direct economic empowerment, women sell their goods door-to-door. These women own and operate their own micro-franchises, while distributing invaluable health and medical supplies to their own communities at affordable prices.

Living Goods operates in Uganda and Kenya, and has partners in Myanmar and Zambia. It shares its model and hopes it will be adopted in many other areas.



Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI)
Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI)

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) combines world-class research, national government partnerships, and effective implementation to dispense cost-effective deworming treatments through local school programs. Parasitic infections have life-threatening effects—and can often be fatal in children under five years of age. SCI’s deworming pills cost an average of 73 cents per child treated, and work to prevent parasitic worm infections.

SCI operates in 15 countries across sub-Saharan Africa, providing schoolchildren effective and sustainable access to treatments for schistosomiasis (water-born snails) and intestinal worms (hookworm, whipworm, and roundworm). SCI projects to deliver a total of 325 million treatments by 2019.



Against Malaria Foundation
Against Malaria Foundation (AMF)

Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) works to prevent the spread of malaria by distributing long-lasting, insecticide-treated mosquito nets to susceptible populations in developing countries. AMF has been active in 36 countries in Africa, Asia and South America, with a particular focus on sub-Saharan Africa.

AMF reviews requests for nets from local organizations to determine where they will do the most good. It then purchases nets in bulk and coordinates distribution through local partner organizations, while ensuring that communities are educated in malaria prevention, proper net use, and treatment. Since its founding in 2004, AMF has raised over $82 million—enough to purchase and distribute 30 million nets. To date, AMF has distributed or is in the process of distributing over 19 million nets and is in the process of assessing distribution of 11 million more.



Development Media International
Development Media International

Development Media International (DMI) runs television and radio campaigns in developing regions to raise awareness for important health and wellness issues. The focus areas of DMI’s educational media for vulnerable communities are nutrition, hygiene and sanitation, malaria prevention, HIV/AIDS, family planning, and child marriage. DMI works with local broadcasters to create informative and engaging programming, reaching wide communities via large-scale media campaigns of 500 to 8,000 broadcasts. The organization is currently running a major five-year campaign in Burkina Faso—the largest ever randomized controlled trial measuring media impact on health and mortality. The midline results are extremely promising, with substantial improvements in six out of 10 target behaviours.

DMI has run campaigns in over 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe and is currently running large-scale programs in Burkina Faso, Mozambique, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.



Oxfam International
Oxfam International

Oxfam International is a confederation of 17 distinct national organizations, working mostly independently to fight poverty, its causes and its effects. Oxfam’s work focuses on long-term development programs, emergency assistance, and political advocacy. Within these categories, Oxfam addresses a wide range of issues including agriculture, education, health, HIV/AIDS, climate change, aid effectiveness, emergency response, gender justice, indigenous and minority rights, natural resources, peace and security, private sector, trade and youth outreach.

Oxfam works in over 90 countries across the world, with thousands of local partner organizations. Oxfam has been providing emergency relief to the developing world since 1951. It has undertaken thousands of interventions, and at any given time is responding to over 30 emergency situations worldwide.



Proven Impact Fund
Fistula Foundation

Fistula Foundation trains surgeons and funds operations to repair obstetric fistula, a devastating injury caused by difficult childbirth that renders the woman incontinent. Obstetric fistula affects the poorest women in the poorest parts of the developing world. More than 75 percent of women who suffer from fistula have endured labor that lasted three days or longer, usually with loss of the baby. Fistula can only be cured with surgery, and without proper treatment, women often find it difficult to reintegrate into their communities, including facing ostracism by their families.

Fistula Foundation has supported fistula treatment in 31 countries across Africa and Southeast Asia.



GiveDirectly
GiveDirectly

GiveDirectly provides unconditional cash transfers using cell phone technology to some of the poorest people in Kenya and Uganda. These direct cash transfers allow families to buy much-needed food and shelter, educate their children, and start small businesses.

GiveDirectly uses national data and door-to-door surveys to seek out the poorest households to receive transfers. Households are selected using criteria that vary by region — including a range of factors like housing materials, assets, vulnerable recipient status, and other criteria. Selected households are provided with SIM cards if they do not have one. GiveDirectly then transfers $1,000 to the family in installments over several months using a mobile payment system, and the recipients are free to use the money however they need to. In 2015, GiveDirectly committed $13.7 million to recipient families.

Give Directly is also currently launching a historic pilot study on the efficacy of Universal Basic Income, scientifically testing a program of providing regular cash payments to thousands of extremely poor households in East Africa for more than ten years.



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