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It's no surprise that this year brought financial hardship to many small businesses, including our Missions partners. As a church our goal is to expose people to—and help them engage in—every neighborhood of our city, nation and world. We do this by partnering with organizations both physically and financially. This year, your holiday shopping can be a part of that financial impact.
Shop with our Missions Partners this holiday season.
Lanna Coffee Co
Specialty-grade, direct trade coffee that's always ethically sourced. The Well has partnered with Lanna for over 10 years and sent 9 Exposure Trip teams to Thailand to engage and support the tribal villages that are part of the first fair trade coffee co-op in Thailand.
Agape International Missions
Every purchase from AIM Apparel is handcrafted by women protected from trafficking, and supports women at high-risk and survivors, protecting them from being trafficked again. The Well has partnered with AIM for the past 2 years and sent 2 different Exposure Trip teams to Cambodia to engage and support the women at the AIM Employment Centers.
Haitian Bead Project
The Haitian Bead Project employs over 60 artisans who receive long-term empowerment by building their own communities, furthering their education, and investing in their own small businesses. The Well has had long-term partnerships with Haiti for 3 years and has sent 2 Exposure Trips including student teams there.