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fashionABLE began as a small campaign of the Mocha Club in the fall of 2010 to fund skills training for women who graduated from our partner Women at Risk.  It started with just one scarf that we promoted to our members, and now the brand has grown into a business that employs almost 100 women in Ethiopia, featuring extensive scarf designs as well as a leather line.

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After operating under the Mocha Club / African Leadership organization for a little over 3 years, in January 2014, fashionABLE became an independent for-profit company.  By not living under the confines of a non-profit, fashionABLE is allowed room for growth, and the ability to focus solely on their passion to provide business opportunities across Africa.

Mocha Club continues to support Women at Risk’s rehabilitation efforts and skills training in Ethiopia under our Economic Freedom project area, as well as continuing to find & support innovative solutions like fashionABLE in communities across the continent.

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Mocha Club and fashionABLE  remain in an ongoing partnership, working together to create exclusive products that tell the story of the power of investing in a woman.

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To learn more about fashionABLE visit their website at www.livefashionABLE.com.

Mocha Club Members

Travis
For the longest time, I’ve been trying to figure out just why I need Africa.  It seems like it should be so very simple.  I’ve been a Mocha Club member for years.  I interned and even went on a trip.  Then it finally hit me.  I spend almost 2 weeks seeing things that I would try to comprehend at home in my comfortable little life, but I could never really understand until I was face to face with them. I need Africa because Africa showed me a bigger reality than the one I thought I was living in.  I need Africa because Africa taught me how to dream big. Africa showed me that I too have a place in changing the world around me; it’s now up to me if I want to take it.
Travis in Tennessee
Collin
I joined the Mocha Club because I have a huge heart for development in Africa and hope to possibly use my education in urban planning to help improve the living conditions of people in need. Yet I realized that while these are my future goals, I was not doing anything in the present to have an immediate effect. So, when I heard about the Mocha Club at a recent Matt Wertz concert I thought, "I should do that!" and I signed up that night.
Collin in Kentucky