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Combating Copra Slavery

Combating Copra Slavery

April 07, 2021

Most coconut companies contract only with big plantations in order to reduce costs. This leaves owners of small farms at the mercy of middlemen who consolidate these smaller harvests while taking a large cut for themselves. 

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Dignity COVID Response

2020 Impact Report

January 08, 2021

2020 was devastating for us. Where we had experienced 2 severe typhoons in 10 years, we had 4 major typhoons hit our area this year 

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Beyond Fair Trade

Beyond Fair Trade

December 04, 2020

This year, your purchase of coconut oil or lip balm sent a kid to school, fed a family, provided clean water, and most importantly, transformed a community with dignity.

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Liberating Women

Liberating Women

September 29, 2020

Globally, women are undervalued and marginalized at best and abused physically or sexually at worst. So many women find themselves enslaved in the sex industry. Others are trapped in the cycle of poverty. In both cases, there seems little hope of breaking out of their present circumstances.

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Teach Skills and Train

Teach Skills and Train

September 29, 2020

Through training, our business will be a catalyst to improve issues like unemployment rates, cycles of sickness, personal finances, education, environment, business development, leadership and water sanitation.

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Broker Hope

Broker Hope

September 29, 2020

Modern-day slavery is a 43 billion dollar industry and growing, with millions of women and children being treated like property. One-third of the world lives on less than $2/day, driving them to despair, desperation and hopelessness. The heavy weight of these chains of poverty and slavery are too much to bear.

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Clean Water Combats Despair

Clean Water Combats Despair

September 29, 2020

When the water in your village makes your kids sick, where do you turn?  If you can't get clean and safe water, how do you thrive? Our baseline survey found that clean water is a huge need in Bicol.

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Community Transformation

Community Transformation

September 18, 2020

Our company exists to restore the God-given dignity in each person. Every person you lock eyes with has dignity in them. When your gaze meets theirs, can you see it? If you look hard enough or long enough, you will be able to see the beauty that is dignity in a person.

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Create Jobs. Not Just Coconut Oil.

Create Jobs. Not Just Coconut Oil.

September 18, 2020

Giving someone a job extends them dignity. By bringing more jobs to an area with high rates of unemployment, we start to see transformation. We see families reunite. We see children have the chance to be educated. We see disease rates lower.

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Breaking the Chains of Poverty

Breaking the Chains of Poverty

September 18, 2020

From the beginning, Dignity has been clear that we want to see lives changed. This is so important to us that we have made it a bottom line - a measurement to our investors and staff that is right next to profit in our reports. It's the way we do business. It is integrated into the fabric of who we are.

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Our Business Model

Our Business Model

September 15, 2020

The hard to reach places. The places with high unemployment and disease rates. The logistically messy places. The places most businesses won't go. The places where education is substandard.

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Shared Ownership

Shared Ownership

September 15, 2020

Filipinos and Americans. We share ownership. We are committed to profitability for every stakeholder in Dignity - from investors to employees. This is not top-down or bottom-up. This is together.

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20 Elephants' Worth of Rice

20 Elephants' Worth of Rice

April 29, 2020

Together we distributed 20 elephants’ worth of rice to over 3,500 households in response to the desperate need in our community.

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COVID-19 Impact on Dignity Coconuts

COVID-19 Impact on Dignity Coconuts

April 23, 2020

First, the typhoon hit the Philippines. Next, covid-19 and lockdowns started. Our workers, team, & community have taken on too much in the past 3 mths. Learn what we can all do to protect the vulnerable!

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Typhoon Kammuri (Tisoy)

Typhoon Kammuri (Tisoy)

January 17, 2020

Major Typhoon Kammuri made a direct hit over our Community Transformation Plant last month with winds clocked at 130 mph. As the most sound structure in the area, we make it available as a safe haven during dangerous storms as part of our emergency plan.

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Building New Roads

Building New Roads

October 15, 2019

When we say we are out there, we mean it. Many times we have heard from Filipinos, "You're building way out there in the villages of Bicol? Why?" From a business perspective, the logistics are tough.

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Survey Results

Survey Results

February 08, 2014

Our survey is complete! We finished our baseline survey for two villages in Bicol (pop. 3,108 and 2,411) and now have hundreds of stats that give us insight into the needs of the community. Here are a few that stood out to us: Health: 94% experience food shortages for at least 1 month/year 49% for 3 months or more 31% of children have had diarrhea in last 2 weeks

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Beyond Social Responsibility

Beyond Social Responsibility

August 25, 2013

"Doing good" has become a business strategy. Buy Tom's shoes and they will give a pair of shoes to someone in need. Buy bottled water, gum, mints or coffee from Project 7, and much of the profits help meet seven areas of fundamental needs around the globe. See how we are doing good...

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