Where the ImpactBerry seed was sown... | Impact Berry

by Sonja & Timo June 02, 2019 1 min read

Dangiang. A tiny village in the north of Lombok, which was the epicentre of a severe earthquake with the magnitude 6.9 in August 2018.

Here is were we went, without any professional knowledge of how to help or what help means. We were driven by the mere motivation to support with some of our money, our time and what we learnt from life and our former corporate and office jobs so far.

As a present from the people of Dangiang we received many learnings and inspirations, but also 2 bags of coffee which inspired us months later to create Impact Berry - a social enterprise that aims to energize and motivate and of course provide wild organic ethically sourced coffee.

Many things followed afterwards, which are difficult to explain in words, because everything is so intense and happens so fast.

Here are some of the impacts we contributed along the way and some impressions from that time in Dangiang.

            

 

 

 

                


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in How you empower through Impact Berry Coffee!

How to be sustainable in 5 easy steps
How to be sustainable in 5 easy steps

by Sonja & Timo November 11, 2020 3 min read

NGO work in Indonesia - Insights on Pituq and our collaboration.
NGO work in Indonesia - Insights on Pituq and our collaboration.

by Sonja & Timo October 02, 2020 4 min read

How permaculture can empower rural areas! | Impact Berry
How permaculture can empower rural areas! | Impact Berry

by Sonja & Timo August 07, 2020 3 min read

Sign up for the Impact Berry Coffee Newsletter