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WHO IS MOCHA CLUB?
Mocha Club is a community of people, just like you, giving up the cost of a few mochas a month to fight extreme poverty in Africa. We walk alongside local leaders who identify local, sustainable, solutions. Join Mocha Club!
impacted through the work made possible by Mocha Club members
& communities have clean water in places like: Sudan, Malawi & Kenya
once abducted, now have homes & access to life-changing care
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
from a school built in the middle of one of Kenya's largest slums
Join Mocha Club at one of the monthly options below and we'll keep you up-to-date with all that is being accomplished, together. Small sacrifices. Big Impact. Join the Club!
$ 9/ m o
The cost of 2 mochas a month can provide an orphan in Malawi with school supplies for an entire year!JOIN MOCHA CLUB
$ 18/ m o
The cost of 4 mochas a month can pay for 2 weeks of clean water for an *entire* clinic serving hundreds of orphans!JOIN MOCHA CLUB
$ 27/ m o
The cost of 6 mochas a month can provide a child with medical care for a full year in Uganda.JOIN MOCHA CLUB
$ 50/ m o
A few mochas a week can help cover skills training for women escaping the sex trade in Ethiopia.JOIN MOCHA CLUB
Explore the images and map below and experience the power of every mocha we give up together.
Clean Water at the Lizulu Orphan Care Project
500 orphans now have clean water through a solar power pump.
Flame of Love
60 orphans in the DRC receive a safe home, school fees, uniforms, and trauma-healing counseling at Flame of Love.
Ellilta Women at Risk
100 women a year have been rescued from the streets of Ethiopia, offered counseling, skills training, and job opportunities.
New Dawn Educational Center
New Dawn educates 160 students each year, giving them a foundation to break free from the cycle of poverty around them.
In Mombasa, Kenya, Action School supports over 100 orphaned and vulnerable children through the gift of education.
New Dawn Clinic
One of the only sources of healthcare available to those in the Huruma and Githogoro slums surrounding Kenya’s capital.
Skills Training at Ellilta Women at Risk
Providing hope through skills training and job opportunity.
Home Again Children’s Home
Over 70 children in Uganda receive the consistent love and care they need to thrive.
In Nairobi’s Kibera slum, HEKO provides a place for people living with HIV/AIDS to find health and peace.
Lizulu Orphan Care Project
This community-based care project offsets the costs so that 500 orphans can live and grow in local family homes.