Collaborative Product Partners

IMPCT is about empowering entrepreneurs to build quality education businesses. Our new line of collaborative products are a natural extension of that belief. We source the best produce from aboriginal and low-income farmers, have our artisan partners transform it into amazing products, and invest 100% of the proceeds back into our Playcare and Weekend Playcare programs. We call this 'From farm to future' and we'll be bringing you a series of products following this model. Our first Farm to future product are coffees produced in collaboration with some amazing Taiwanese coffee roasters. We'll be expanding this product line in the future to include more great low-income coffee farmers. Our second product, launching soon, is a series of artisan jams by RedOnTree made with aboriginal Taiwanese produce.


IMPCT RedOnTree CollaborationRedOnTree are easily Taiwan's top artisanal jam maker. They believe in building relationships with local farms to ensure they're always using the best produce available. RedOnTree were an obvious partner choice as they've been devoted to sourcing from Taiwanese aboriginal farmers since the inception of their company. Danny, RedOnTree's head chef and CEO, has painstakingly crafted the recipes for all our upcoming Farm to future jams. They've also generously offered to produce these jams at cost, which means that every dollar made from their sale goes directly towards great early education projects. 


Olivia Coffee Roaster

Olivia Coffee Roaster Taipei IMPCT CollaborationMeet one of our amazing coffee roasting partners Olivia Coffee Roaster. Olivia are one of the newest additions to Taipei's vibrant coffee scene. Olivia's owner is a SCAA accredited Q-grader and knows what it takes to make an amazing coffee and we couldn't be happy to have them onboard for our collaborative coffee line. All coffees in our upcoming single serve drip IMPCT Coffee line are roasted and packaged by Olivia. We source all our beans from farms nearby our Playcare projects in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Taiwan.