‘67 cents to change a life’ campaign

2016-07-12 06:05
Ingane Yami Children’s Village is challenging Durbanites to take their love of local coffee and change it for a good cause.   Photo: supplied

Ingane Yami Children’s Village is challenging Durbanites to take their love of local coffee and change it for a good cause. Photo: supplied

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FOR the month of July Ingane Yami Children’s Village is challenging Durbanites to take their love of local coffeeand put it towards bringing change at Ingane Yami Children’s Village.

Why 67 cents?
• Mandela spent 67 years fighting for freedom

• Mandela Day is on 18 July

• The Mandela Day Challenge is to spend 67 minutes giving back

• Donate 67 cents and get a great cup of coffee.

So for the month of July, they are challenging coffee drinkers to buy a coffee from one of the coffee outlets listed here.

Ingane Yami is bringing change to our door step, which is just over the hill in Shongweni.

Their vision is to rescue orphaned and abandoned children, rebuild the family unit, restore lives and release future leaders.

For more information about Ingane Yami go to www.inganeyami.com

Coffee Shops on board:

• Upper Highway

• Lineage, Hillcrest

• Lineage, Waterfall

• Jooma, Kloof

• Caffe Mobile, Farmers’ Market, Shongweni

• Sprigs, Kloof

• Sams Homegrown Café, Kloof

• Bellevue, Kloof

• Stretta, Hillcrest

• Juice Kitchen, Hillcrest

• Go Café, Assagay

• Assagay Coffee, Cato Ridge/Inchanga

• I Love my Coffee, Kloof

• Market Café, Hillcrest

• Curro HCA School, Hillcrest

• Highbury School, Hillcrest

• Kloof Harvest Church, Kloof

For more information about the initiative,contact Patricia Deacon at
tricia@inganeyami.com

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