• Cambio Language School

    Antigua, Guatemala
    Categories: language school, class/workshop
    Cambio is the Only Non-Profit Spanish School in Antigua. The school's mission is simple: Offer the highest quality Spanish learning experience in Antigua Guatemala, and contribute to the development of the beautiful country that it calls home. All proceeds from the language school are donated directly to NGO Niños de Guatemala, which provides primary and middle school education disadvantaged and impoverished children.
  • Cambodian Rural Development Tours

    Kratie Town, Cambodia
    Categories: ecotourism, tour operator
    Cambodian Rural Development Tours (CRDTours) specialise in offering unique travel experiences in the provinces of Kratie and Stung Treng. Whether its cycling alongside the Mekong River, living with a local community assisting in conservation projects or savouring local delicacies, each activity booked is making a positive contribution to the places you visit and the locals you meet. All funds generated by the tours directly supporting local communities and environmental conservation.
  • Cambolac Art & Souveniers

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Started in 2011, Cambolac produces and sells high quality souvenirs, creating jobs for local community in the context of booming tourism in Cambodia. By 2014, Cambolac provides about 60 employments, among which half are hearing impaired young adults and others are vulnerable poor populations from Angkor’s Park.
  • Caribeans Coffee & Chocolate

    Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica
    Categories: ecotourism, restaurant/cafe, tour operator
    *Caribeans Coffee & Chocolate is a small family run business in Puerto Viejo, Limon, Costa Rica. Their mission is to make high-quality products from locally sourced, organic, and fair trade raw products. They are the area's original bean-to-bar chocolate maker, and the only locally sourced fresh roasted coffee.
  • CBT Vietnam

    Sapa, Vietnam
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse
    CBT Vietnam is a partnership between a Canadian university, the Canadian Development organization and the Hanoi Open University to create a community tourism training program in the Sapa region. As part of the goal of CBT to connect the village and local homestays with incoming tourists and tour operators, they have developed a directory of homestays available in Taphin and Lao Chai. The directory represents the culmination of the project's work in the Sapa region, highlighting the hard-working men and women from both the Red Dao and Black Hmong communities.
  • Ccaccaccollo Women’s Weaving Co-op

    Cusco, Peru
    Categories: class/workshop, artwork & crafts
    Visit a traditional weaving co-operative in Peru's Sacred Valley that has a bead on what it takes to not only serve tourism through tours, but integrate tourism into the daily fiber of life in a way that preserves the cultural value. The women of the Weaving Co-op use natural alpaca fibers to create incredible textiles.
  • Charity Tours Cambodia

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: tour operator, homestay
    Charity Tours Cambodia is a unique, socially conscious tour operator that offers a range of tours, homestays and volunteer opportunities in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The most popular tours run daily to Angkor Wat, while others offer tourists the opportunity to visit local communities and to stay with a Khmer family.
  • Clover Social Enterprise Gift Shop

    Kalaw, Myanmar
    Categories: souvenirs, artwork & crafts
    Find a gift made locally that benefits the community when you shop at Clover Social Enterprise Gift Shop in Kalaw, Myanmar. This shop sources goods from other social enterprises and offers a suprisingly nice range of unique offerings that you won't find in other spots (alongside some of the more classic options like paintings and crafts).
  • Colombo Good Market

    Colombo, Sri Lanka
    Categories: market
    The Good Market is a social enterprise that was set up to promote products and services that are “good for the planet, good for the country, and good for you.” At the market you will find things like organically grown produce, natural foods and snacks, non-toxic housewares and garden supplies, handmade and fair trade crafts, live music, kids' programs, and much more. The market is held every Saturday at the racecourse in Colombo, or every other day at the Lakpahana Courtyard.
  • Comedor Konojel

    Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, artwork & crafts
    Comedor Konojel provides tasty traditional Guatemalan food made by the local community. This nonprofit funnels all money back into local community development programs—many meant to feed the most at-risk individuals. In addition to addressing food security, Konojel programs train women and young people in food services, and provide them with a meaningful path toward work. Eat a meal at Konojel and you're providing one for a local, too!