Click the button below to buy Gorilla Conservation Coffee for yourself, family and friends in Uganda and around the world to support a good cause. $1.50 per kilo of every coffee purchased will be donated to help save mountain gorillas.
The Edinburgh Medal Address 2022 | Edinburgh Science Festival 2022
2021 Champion of the Earth - Science and Innovation
KAMPALA IMPACT DAY 2021 - Gorilla Conservation Coffee (GCC)
Saving Gorillas one sip at a time Lawrence Zikusoka TEDxIUEA
Our Co-Founder and Advisor's interview with CRDLE
World Gorilla Day message from our supporters CRDLE
#InternationalCoffeeDay2021 message from Dr Gladys
Dr Gladys World Gorilla Day message
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Securing Gorillas’ future through Coffee
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Gorilla Conservation Coffee is a social enterprise of Conservation Through Public Health, an award-winning NGO and non profit. Gorilla Conservation Coffee pays a premium price to help coffee farmers living next door to the gorillas around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. Supporting local farmers helps to protect the endangered gorillas and their fragile habitat.
It is an honour to support this project
I am very excited to bring this amazing coffee to the UK. It is an honour to support this project, to join the international conservation and wildlife community and to unite people through coffee.
Supporting gorilla conservation through coffee
Visiting Dr. Gladys and the gorillas at Bwindi was a life changing experience. Each time I drink this delicious coffee, I'm reminded of how important it is to support CTPH's efforts and am very happy to be involved
Supporting the gorillas
I'm supporting the gorillas
I didn't know great coffee came from Uganda until I had Gorilla Conservation Coffee! And you can feel good about buying a bag as it helps coffee farmers and conservation of gorillas in Uganda.
Much needed help
Thank you Dr Gladys for supporting the farmers of Bwindi.
See how they are working to save gorillas in Uganda ‘one sip at a time’
So happy to have Gorilla Conservation Coffee recently join Conservation International's Sustainable Coffee Challenge and by doing so we also sustain gorillas.