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  • Akha Ama Coffee

    Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Categories: coffee shop, internet cafe
    This wonderful coffee shop started as one village's effort to grow and sell their own coffee at fair prices has become a small but growing number of coffee shops in Thailand. Buying a cup of this artisanal coffee directly sends funds back to a small village outside of Chiang Rai. 
  • Baan Unrak Children's Village

    Kanchanaburi, Thailand
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, bookstore, internet cafe
    A delicious vegetarian cafe and bakery in town - one of the best options in Sangkhlaburi outside of hotel and guest-houses. The bakery supports an orphanage outside of town and is run completely by locals and the support of international volunteers. In addition to the bakery, the organization runs an internet cafe, used bookstore, and sells handicrafts made by the children and their local caregivers. Further location details: located on Nongloo Rd, across from the wat, or view this town map: http://www.baanunrak.org/sangklaburi_map.html
  • Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary

    Sukhothai, Thailand
    Categories: animal sanctuary, homestay
    Boon Lott's Sanctuary creates a safe and natural home for Thai elephants. Elephants interact freely on 600 acres of forested land, and tourists are very limited to protect the routine and wellbeing of the elephants.
  • Cabbages and Condoms

    Bangkok, Thailand
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    One of the first true social enterprises operating in Thailand, Cabbages and Condoms is a restaurant that uses its proceeds to fund a sexual health education and provision programs. What started as a single restaurant is now a chain with several locations around Thailand, as well as a few international ones as well.
  • Courageous Kitchen

    Bangkok, Thailand
    Categories: class/workshop, cooking class
    Courageous Kitchen is a social enterprise offering cooking classes and a street food tours for tourists. The organization also provides nutrition and cooking classes for students — these are funded by the tourism initiatives and support students who are at risk of poverty, malnutrition, poor education, and exploitation.
  • DoiTung Tourism Project

    Doi Tung, Thailand
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, hotel/guesthouse, coffee shop
    This is a social enterprise that focuses on providing economic stability to the people in Doi Tung, a rural area in Northern Thailand's Golden Triangle. By supporting the coffee shop, boutiques, and guesthouses, you support the livelihoods of the people in the region.
  • Elephant Nature Park

    Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Categories: ecotourism, tour operator
    Elephant Nature Park was established in the 1990′s to provide a sanctuary and rescue centre for elephants. The park is located in the Chiang Mai province and provides a sanctuary for dozens of distressed elephants from all over Thailand. Visitors are welcomed to visit the centre for one or more days offering a variety of elephant encounters.
  • Folkcharm Journey

    Loei, Thailand
    Categories: ecotourism, artwork & crafts, homestay
    FolkCharm works with local farmers and artisans in Thailand to create unique pieces of carefully crafted products. The organization offers truly unique two- and three-day tours to learn cotton-weaving from the ground up. See and try for yourself the process from cotton farm to textile, enjoy local home-cooked meals, sightsee on the back of a motorbike in the mountains, and enjoy a firsthand look at rural life in Thailand.
  • Freebird Cafe

    Chiang Mai, Thailand
    Categories: clothing shop, restaurant/cafe, coffee shop
    Free Bird Cafe is charity cafe established to support the work of Thai Freedom House, a language and arts community learning center for indigenous people and refugees.
  • HiveSters

    Bangkok, Thailand
    Categories: tour operator, ecotourism
    HiveSters is a search engine for locally run tours in Thailand. Every tour works directly with local communities, social enterprises, and individuals and tourists are able to tap into the local community's knowledge while ensuring money flows directly to those sharing with you their time and skills.