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Coffee Club

Coffee Club is a brew-tifully simple way you can help to transform the lives of farmers in eastern Africa. Are you in?

This Autumn, while you drink your coffee at home, at work or at your favourite café, farmers in eastern Africa are harvesting this life-changing crop.

Coffee Club is Farm Africa's spin on the classic coffee morning fundraiser. Whether you choose to host a classic coffee morning, coffee tasting event or coffee bake sale, celebrate this delicious commodity and help farming families in Africa lift themselves out of poverty while protecting the environment around them.

Raise £100 for Farm Africa and receive your very own Coffee Club mug in the post!

 

How to create your own Coffee Club...it's easy!

By becoming a free member of Coffee Club, you can choose to host your fundraising event however you like. From latte art to coffee quiz nights, coffee cake sales or a coffee tasting event, we have lots of materials to help you choose the best fundraiser for you.

Complete the short form below to let us know you're interested and you will have access to free fundraising tips and resources that will help you create the best Coffee Club yet. Whether you’re hosting your Coffee Club once a week, once a month or just as a one-off event, words cannot espresso how much it will mean to our farmers.

Here are the simple steps you need to know:

  1. Download our Coffee Club fundraising guide
  2. Set a date
  3. Design your Coffee Club
  4. Let Farm Africa know!
  5. Drink coffee with friends and family
  6. Donate your fundraising to Farm Africa

 

What's in the Coffee Club Hub?

Intrigued? Once you've signed up to Coffee Club, you'll have access to Coffee Club games, tasting guides, games, signage, bunting and baking recipes. Below are just two exclusive snippets of what is in store once you tell us that you want to fundraise with coffee! 

 

A few cups of coffee can go a long way

Coffee is a valuable crop, yet many farmers like Christine aren’t able to capitalise on it due to lack of tools and training. Many of these farmers are supporting their families on as little as £1.52 a week, that’s less than the price of a cup of coffee in the UK. Farm Africa are helping coffee farmers on a number of projects including Investing in Uganda’s young and female coffee farmers.

It only takes £11 to provide training to one farmer in high-quality coffee production. How many farmers could you help with your Coffee Club event?

 

 

Download your Coffee Club pack now or if you need a little help, contact our Events Team on 020 7430 0440 or email events@farmafrica.org

 

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