Spring into Summer with our Sustainable Coffee Bay newsletter edition! Although if you’re reading this in the Northern Hemisphere, then we wish you a colourful Autumn instead 😉 This quarter, we’d love to show you our work not only at Ikhaya Labantwana
News from Ikhaya Labantwana Montessori – A Sustainable Coffee Bay project Highlights this term We had a busy and exciting second term with lots of happenings! One of our teachers, Nomonde, attended her first South African Montessori Association conference for
We are super stoked to report that Sustainable Coffee Bay has been nominated as 1 of 4 finalists in the 6th Annual Inspiration Awards. Join us! Please join us and support Sustainable Coffee Bay at the Inspiration Awards ceremony being held
Make a wish come true and help send a child to school in 2018. There’s still time! Please help us to reach more people in the new year with life-changing opportunities by donating now or contacting us for more information. With
We’ve got big plans and need some help! Following on from our last post about Sustainable Coffee Bay’s new strategic direction we’re pleased to be able to tell you much has progressed in the months since, but we need your help to continue! Without further
As our new year resolutions start seeming like a bad idea, or just far too much effort, don’t forget to love yourself, take some “me” time and find some face time with your best buddy. We’re giving ourselves some organisational
It’s been a busy few months in Coffee Bay with us here at Sustainable Coffee Bay working hard to improve opportunities for our rural community and increase the number of people we reach. And of course, the positive impact we
We have a number of educational sponsorship opportunities available for both this year and 2017… Sponsor one of our delicious little cuties at our Ikhaya Labantwana “House of the Children” Montessori Early Learning Centre, giving them the best possible start in life.
We have a long and lovely history with our local Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) that was the beginning of the Local Schools Support Fund. You really need to check our Part 1 of this story! This is an URGENT
This project originally started back in 2004, when Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) approached Coffee Shack staff for help. Their school consisted of a ramshackle bunch of fallen down mud huts and they had no funds to rebuild the school.