Host a coffee morning with a difference!
Get together with friends or family over coffee this autumn. Whether it's a coffee morning with friends, coffee and cake with colleagues or a bigger event in your community, your African Coffee Break could help coffee farming families to grow their own futures, on their own land, on their own terms.
For many families in rural Africa, having the tools and training to grow coffee can be life-changing.
Send a Cow provide many families who join our projects with the seeds, tools and training to grow coffee. Some families will even receive a cow, so that their land can benefit from precious manure. Cow manure fertilises the soil. This helps grow vegetables and good quality coffee beans that families can sell, earning a vital income. Families also receive vital protein from drinking nutritious milk. Through the sale of coffee, people can fight hunger, earn a living and send their children to school. With your support, we can help coffee farming families to grow their own futures – on their own land, on their own terms.
Spread a latte joy
Sign up to receive your FREE African Coffee Break pack below, full to the brim with exciting resources to bring Africa to life at your event.
Three simple steps to holding your African Coffee Break:
- Sign up below to receive your free African Coffee Break kit in the post.
- Spread the word and invite friends, family and/or colleagues to join you!
- Ask for donations at your coffee break, by encouraging guests to donate what they would have spend on enjoying a coffee out, to support hard working coffee farmers. Alternatively, ask guests to take part in our coffee quiz (included in your pack!) and ask for donations to take part.
Top Tips: The price of an average latte is £2.60 and we suggest a £5 per person donation to enter our coffee quiz!
Watch our video to find out why your support means so much
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Here's just a few examples of how your fundraising event will help the coffee farmers we work with:
Could pay for a gardening kit for a peer farmer trainer, so they can help coffee farmers in their community.
Could provide the necessary seeds, materials and training for ten families to grow a sustainable supply of coffee plants.
Could support a community group with the training, seeds and materials to build a shared coffee tree nursery.
Sign up to download our FREE African Coffee Break resources.
Our resources are filled with handy hints, tips and ideas, including coffee tasting notes from Starbucks, to help you raise funds at your Coffee Break event.