Here at Khroma Herbal Products, we believe that all companies have a responsibility to give back to their community. That is why we put $2 from every product we sell towards Acts of Kindness.
What are Acts of Kindness?
Acts of Kindness can be anything that we feel is a worthy project. Anything from planting trees, or sponsoring a child's education, to providing water to a waterless community. Really, there are no limits to what we can do. The exciting part is, we love to get ideas from our own customers. Do you have a great idea of something that we can do to make a meaningful difference in the world? Please let us know by filling out the form below. We focus on sustainable projects that give people a hand up and make a lasting difference. Although we do a lot of international projects, we are always looking for anything we can do to make a lasting, positive impact.
In February of 2017, we are traveling with a group of volunteers to the small town of La Mision, Baja California, Mexico to build a playground for a small, poor community that currently does not have a playground for the many children that live there. This will be a gift to this community that will last for many years to come. As with all of our projects, anyone is welcome to join us as a volunteer. While we are there, we will have our food catered by some very talented local culinary students. They will be using the funds that they receive for paying their tuition. Work as a cook or a chef is seen as a very good job/career for these kids so helping them reach this goal will make a lasting impact in their life.
We also have a dentist who is coming with us and will be doing free dental work for underprivileged children in the community. Lastly, we will be installing screens on the windows for the local school. The weather, especially in summer, can get very hot and it will be nice for them to be able to open the windows without letting mosquitos in.
Volunteer spots for this project are currently full. If you are interested in participating in one of our future projects, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We don't yet have a date for this one but we will be traveling with a group of volunteers to stay with the Masai Tribe on the Mara in Kenya. The Masai are a wonderful tribe that wants to keep their traditional way of life intact. The main struggle that they face right now is that they have very limited access to water. We will be teaching them how to build Earthship housing (which is made from earth-packed tires covered by cob). Earthships are the most sustainable possible form of construction. The interior of the homes stays 70 degrees year round with no heating or cooling system. The house also processes its own waste, collects its own water, and can include a greenhouse to grow food from home. The houses look just like their current houses and so will not alter their culture but the knowledge of how to build using this method will be a blessing to this community for generations to come.
We will be making another Mexico trip in 2017 and will be doing work for an orphanage in Baja California, Mexico. As with all of our projects, we focus on giving people a hand up and not a handout. We want to make a meaningful difference by enabling people to provide for themselves in a sustainable way. This will be a very meaningful project. This will be a great service opportunity for families and individuals.
Let us know if you are interested in participating as a volunteer in either of these projects by emailing us at email@example.com
Our past projects include working for orphanages in Russia, working with the Masai tribe in Kenya, and a wide variety of work in Mexico. We focus on doing work that makes a meaningful difference in the world instead of just a temporary boost. We want to enable people to live rich and full lives in a sustainable way. We are always looking for ideas so feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.