I am extremely excited to share this Mandela Day Coffee Challenge blog post with you, as it includes two of my favourite aspects of life… generosity and coffee. As many of us know the 18th of July is Mandela Day and each year we are encouraged to spend 67 minutes giving back or making a difference generously. This year a few of the coffee shops around Durban, Upper Highway and PMB have hopped on board with Ingane Yami Children’s Village to make a difference throughout the month of July.
Yes you read right; for the whole of July, when you buy a coffee at one of these coffee shops, 67c of the cost will be donated to Ingane Yami as part of the Mandela Day Coffee Challenge.
The coffee shops to get to are…
Lineage, Hillcrest & Waterfall
Caffe Mobile, Shongweni Farmers Market
Sam’s Cafe, Kloof
Juice Kitchen, Hillcrest
Go Coffee Café, Assagay
I Love my Coffee, Kloof
Assagay Coffee, Cato Ridge/Inchange
Curro HCA School, Hillcrest
Market Cafe, Hillcrest
Highbury School, Hillcrest
The Boiler Room
Colombo (July 18 only)
How awesome is that! Come on KZN, let’s support this generously and make a difference to the lives of the children at Ingane Yami. This is our challenge for the month of July, not just Mandela Day. Get yourself a coffee at one of the above coffee shops and you’ll be supporting a great cause.
A bit more info about Ingani Yami
Ingane Yami Children’s Village is just over the hill, in Shongweni, and has a powerful impact by rescuing and restoring the lives of previously orphaned and abandoned children. Ingane Yami is bringing change right on our door steps.
For more information about Ingane Yami have a look at their website: www.inganeyami.com. To enquire more about this initiative, you can contact Patricia Deacon on email@example.com.