Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence

Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) is a non-government organization who took on the challenge of bringing the Philippines back to the global coffee spotlight through sustainable farming. To support this aim, Henry & Sons created Bloom Coffee , a special line of blends where proceeds will go straight to the implementation of the foundation’s purposes addressing the major issues hindering the local coffee growers from planting quality coffee beans.

Beans for the little ones

mosquito nets and vaccines to give access to basic health needs.


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Beans within Reach

programs and activities that will connect the local coffee farmers to local and global buyers.


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Coffee for Great Minds

educational assistance for the children of the coffee farmers to promote literacy.


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Cup to Seed

livelihood programs to assist the farmers during the period of planting and harvesting.


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The Giving Well

atmospheric water generator for coffee farming communities to have access to clean and potable water.


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  • Henry & Sons boosts local coffee industry

    Premium coffee supplier Henry & Sons has formed a non-profit organization to create a thriving and sustainable coffee industry. The Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence aims to address the major issues that are stopping coffee farmers from producing better coffee in larger quantities. Government officials and industry players supported the launching of the foundation coinciding with the “Bloom 2016 Coffee Festival”in La Trinidad, Benguet.
    - Manila Standard Business

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  • Coffee, a way of touching lives

    COFFEE has thrived for centuries in the Cordillera region. Stories go that some centuries-old coffee trees, particularly Arabica varieties, were planted as forced labor imposed by the Spanish authorities a long time ago when they ruled the country.
    - Business Mirror

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  • Coffee Beyond Warmth: The Giving Caravan

    Who knew that coffee has potential to do more than just invigorate or warm our day? Henry & Sons sure did and they believe that it can help welcome a sense of meaning in our day-to-day lives… and so much more. Coffee solutions provider Henry & Sons, together with the Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE), have launched a new social enterprise called TGC, which are platforms crafted to “bring an outpouring love, delight people with the gift of indulgence, the kind that sends out ripples of kindness through support of the foundation’s heartfelt initiatives.”
    - Primer

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  • Group launches vaccination program for children of Benguet coffee farmers

    CHILDREN aged 3 and 4 from day-care centers in Barangay Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, were recently given immunization shots in a vaccination program under “Beans for the Little Ones”, an initiative by the Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) and Henry & Sons, in partnership with the Vikings Group, creator of Vikings Luxury Buffet. “The future of coffee lies in the hands of the coffee-farming children,” social entrepreneur, coffee explorer and innovator, and FSCE Director Michael Harris Conlin said. The medical mission was held as FSCE’s way of ensuring the children of La Trinidad’s coffee-farming communities are kept in good health and in proper condition.
    - Business Mirror

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  • Healing the future of Philippine coffee, one child at a time

    Children aged three to four from day care centers in the barangay of Pico, La Trinidad, Benguet, were recently given immunization shots in a vaccination program under Beans for the Little Ones, an initiative by the Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) and Henry & Sons, in partnership with the creator of Vikings Luxury Buffet, The Vikings Group. “The future of coffee lies in the hands of the coffee farming children,” shared social entrepreneur, coffee explorer and innovator and FSCE director Michael Harris Lim.
    - Daily Tribune

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  • Arabica bloom in La Trinidad

    The Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) spearheaded a campaign that seeks to herald the country’s return to the global coffee spotlight which is supported by Michael Harris L. Conlin, president and CEO of Henry & Sons (5th from left), together with La Trinidad Mayor Romeo K. Salda, DOT-CAR Regional Director Marie Venus Q. Tan, DTI-CAR Regional Director Mryna Pablo, Jorge Mendoza, former commercial counselor, and coffee farmer Allan Canam of Barangay Longlong, Puguis who witnessed the Crop of the Year, Bloom 2017 last March 24, 2017 at Lednicky Hall, Municipality of La Trinidad.
    - Amianan Balita Ngayon

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  • Coffee bloom

    BAGUIO. DTI Adviser Jorge Mendoza Juan, DOT-CAR Director Venus Tan, La Trinidad Mayor Romeo Salda, DTI-CAR Director Myrna Pablo, Henry & Sons president and chief executive Michael Harris Lim and coffee farmer Allan Canam commits to improving the coffee industry in the valley during “Coffee Bloom 2017”. (Milo Brioso)
    - Sun Star Baguio

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