The Karma Cola Project - Part One

"We're here on our mission to make real cola, from real cola nut grown by real African farmers right here in Sierra Leone. It's a mission that's introduced us to a whole lot of new friends and taken us all around the world." - Simon Coley, co-founder All Good.

"We're here on our mission to make real cola, from real cola nut grown by real African farmers right here in Sierra Leone. It's a mission that's introduced us to a whole lot of new friends and taken us all around the world." - Simon Coley, co-founder All Good.

Simon and Matt traveled to Sierra Leone this month to meet the farmers who grow our cola nut. And to find out what they have been doing with the money we've been sending them as part of the Karma Cola project.



Whenever you buy a bottle of Karma Cola, proceeds from each sale are sent back to the farmers. In a country still recovering from a debilitating 10-year civil war something as simple as having some money to build a bridge can make a huge difference. 

So that's what we helped to build.

Now for the first time ever, the people of Boma can get vehicles to their village.

We're also helping 15 young girls with scholarships, bags and stationery so they can go to school.

Meet the new friends we've met on our journey and find out more about The Karma Cola Project. This is just the beginning.



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