I invest in Kula because of the strategic, transparent and love-filled ways they invest in, and empower others, using a sustainability model.
Kula Project brought Rwanda to life through the stories, impact and images they share. I decided to go to Rwanda to meet the women and men who were thriving and fostering peace and gratitude in a country where just a few decades ago that wasn’t possible.
The beauty that has come from the ashes of the genocide can be life changing to witness and to see it through the lens of Kula Project’s work was an opportunity I couldn’t resist.
To stand on the coffee farm of the strongest women I know and breathe their air and smile with them was a dream. Today, I get to live with the memory of sharing that space for a tiny moment with them. It’s a gift.
Lydia Criss Mays