Small contributions add up to make a huge difference. YOU make a difference each month simply by giving up the cost of a few mochas. Not “into” mochas? How about tacos, manicures, ice cream, movie tickets. See your impact below.
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“We previously walked miles for clean water. We are now pumping water nearby using solar energy, and the previous challenges encountered are just history. We praise God for this!” – Everton learn more
At age 9, Francis was orphaned. He provided for himself and his brother by gathering garbage for a few shillings. Francis now attends New Dawn Education Centre on scholarship where he has opportunity through education and job training. learn more
After years on the street, I heard about Women at Risk and immediately enrolled into the program to receive training that will give me an employable skill and get healthcare for my son so he can thrive. learn more
A Single Mom's Story
I am a single mother of 2 children in Kenya. Because of Mocha Club’s HIV/AIDS + Health Care projects, I feel healthy, I eat well, and can now take my ARVs more comfortably than previously when I was frustrated and dejected. learn more
My school uniform was torn and I couldn’t come to school. I sometimes wore house attire to school and I was very sad, but now, because of you, I come to school always happy and ready to learn with my friends. I thank you for what you have done. learn more
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.
– Desmond TuTu
The impact starts with you giving up a few mochas a month. The impact grows when you invite your friends. Use the Mocha Club’s invite tool (above) and ask your friends to join you, and they’ll give up a trip to their favorite sushi spot, movie theater, or however they spend their extra dollars.They tell their friends who tell more friends… you get the idea.
Your voice is a very powerful thing.
Our Approach Extreme poverty requires holistic solutions, so, we work in 5 Main Project Areas
The challenges Africans face today are as diverse as HIV/AIDS, access to clean water, & the vulnerability of women. Mocha Club is committed to locally developed projects where the community identifies the needs & the response.
Hallmark says it’s Father’s Day in the U.S. this Sunday. But aren’t we always thinking about our dads? Here are a few thoughts from some of our project partners – Tito in South Sudan and Asrat in Ethiopia – who are also dads. Amazing how the feelings are universal… Tell us about the moment you first saw your first-born. How did you feel? Tito: When I saw her, I was filled with joy and one of the nurses said, “Are you the father?” and I said yes, while… [continue reading on our blog]