Mike Lane Hope Bridges Director and Founder

Mike Lane – Executive Director & Founder

We build bridges of hope for children in Thailand by providing food, clothing, and education. The education is three-fold. We teach them about Jesus, anti-trafficking methods, and tutor them in their regular school work.

We offer Thai coffee that is from the northern hill country in Thailand. A hill tribe cooperative processes the coffee using a fair trade model. The beans are 100% Arabica. They are organically grown in the shade.

We live a unique win-win-win business model. You get a life-changing cup of coffee! The hill tribes earn a fair market wage alternative to the opium trade, and the proceeds of the coffee go back to Thailand supporting our children.

Coffee Shop

Enjoy a taste of Thailand with Hope Bridges Coffee. The beans are organically grown, fair traded, and a financial support to our children as well as to the farmers!

Our beans come from northern Thailand in the hill country and are processed by a hill tribe cooperative. So when you buy coffee from Hope Bridges it helps build bridges of hope for the hill tribe people as well as the children that we support.

“Hope Bridges coffee has ruined me for any other brand. I’ve subscribed for a year and it’s the richest, most flavorful coffee on top of supporting beautiful children. Drink great coffee and support a great cause!”     –Laretha Hulse

Hope Bridges Coffee
Be a Hope Bridges Hero

Be a hero! Build a bridge of hope for a child.

$40 a month provides a child with food, clothing, rain gear, and essential health care.

The proceeds are combined to collectively support the home where the child lives. As soon as you begin building a bridge of hope you will receive a photograph of a child. We ask that you pray for this child and the home in which they live.

Donate to Hope Bridges


When you make a donation to Hope Bridges you are building a bridge of hope for our children that are being supported!

UNLESS someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

–The Lorax