Renaissance Collage lecture and Hummingfish fundraiser
What a great thrill to speak to the year 6 kids at Renaissance Collage in Hong Kong. The kids where so engaged and curious about environmental conservation, that they have decided to organize a fundraiser for The Hummingfish Foundation at their school in November. Soon, you will be able to buy packs of Maubere Mountain Coffee from the kids at Renaissance and/or enjoy a cup of our coffee at the cafe there.
Please stay tuned to learn more about the Renaissance fundraiser and if you feel like supporting our Maubere Mountain Coffee project, please see our donation page on SimplyGiving.
Please take a moment to watch Dan Groshong’s recent TEDx-Dili talk on the values of a green economy for the world and Timor-Leste.
Each of us are at fault for global climate change and WE are the key to positive change. Oil companies… Read more
At the request of the Laloran community, Hummingfish will be temporarily suspending our development project there.
We wish our friends at Laloran the best of luck and we stand ready to assist them when they are willing and able.
As an NGO, it’s… Read more
Five years ago, we received our charitable status from the Government of Hong Kong and it has been an amazing journey so far. We have been so blessed by the participation of so many loving people and the results of everyone’s efforts has
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Approximately 2,000 BC, grapes were grown in Afghanistan by a nomadic people who spread across Central Asia. Before the Soviet-Afghan War started in the late 1970s, Afghanistan had accounted for 60% of the world raisin market. This dried fruit was the country’s largest
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Yi Han Tan (left) and Mana Rosa working on some computer skills
We recently had an amazing volunteer from Singapore name Yi Han Tan. Yi Han, who took three weeks of his life come to Timor-Leste and help teach some… Read more
If you have an old Apple Iphone or Ipad that you are not using, please consider donating it to The Hummingfish Foundation!
Several of our projects would benefit from better communications and now with cheap 3G/wifi available in most countries, we can stay… Read more