The Chain Collaborative (TCC) is a US-based 501(c)(3) founded in 2014 whose mission is to invest in Change Leaders in coffee-growing regions to drive sustainable development in their own communities. One of the challenges facing small-scale farmers is a lack of and the prohibitive cost of post-harvest storage facilities. TCC is teaming up with Now Africa Initiative, based in Nyamigoye Parish, Southwestern Uganda, to build a multi-purpose storage center for their coffee. The storage center will distribute a poverty reduction strategy for 250 farmers in its first year through the reduction of post-harvest losses, allowing farmers to safely store and sell their coffee collectively for the first time, thereby improving the post-harvest quality of their crops and increasing their incomes. Up to 20% of coffee sales will go toward funding the Karama Education Center (KEC), a primary school for children and an education center for adults. While the construction of the storage center will last only one year, it will benefit farmer livelihoods into the future and its profits will allow KEC to function sustainably for years to come. The AllPeopleBeHappy foundation is funding $10,000 of the estimated $60,000 cost.