Tea people are passionate about all things tea with a vision to eliminate poverty in the tea growing regions of the world. They reinvest 50% of their profits into educational and social projects in harvesting regions in an effort to reach their goal. Their efforts focus on a few specific areas: improve educational infrastructure and facilities in areas most in need, build capacity to improve the quality of education in the secondary school sector so that more young people can move into higher education and climb up the social ladder, and encourage and support individual students, especially girls who are willing to acquire further and higher education but are not able to due to financial constraints. Tea People is now home to an expanding range of tea varieties, catering to the needs of all different kinds of 'tea people' out there. Their pyramid tea bags, and packaging, are fully biodegradable.
Neeraj and Vishaka, a husband wife duo who hail from the beautiful tea growing region of Darjeeling in India and have been living in the UK since 2005. In 2009 they came across a school in their hometown of Darjeeling that was in urgent need of some repairs and assistance. The school was located amidst the tea gardens and so served the children of tea garden workers and other impoverished villagers in the area. As the duo attributed their own success to the education they had received and firmly believed in the role of education in providing equal opportunities and in alleviating poverty, they decided to help and raised the required funds to provide much-needed assistance.