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Buy a gift where every penny of profits are used to fund education for the children attending the Early Learning School, Entebbe.
Profits in July
In July we funded ten teachers and the school chef. Fred has been the chef at the school since January and every day feeds 160 children breakfast and lunch. We are super grateful for his hard work!
The two year old quadruplets we support continue to grow and develop. The family are enjoying their new accommodation and we will continue to fund the clean housing and food to give them the best chance of surviving.
We believe in transparency therefore every month we will publish how we spent the profits.
To ensure that disadvantaged children in the local community have an education and are able to fullfil their hopes and dreams. We support The Early Learning School in Entebbe, Uganda. The school is home to 160 children from 3-13 years.
We value teachers. Through funding their monthly salaries the children at The Early Learning School are able to attend school without paying fees.
As part of the community project we provide weekly food bundles to ensure the children and single mothers eat healthy and nutritious food. The food is grown on a farm near Kampala which is linked to the school.
We are proud to be supplying the following large companies in the UK: The Bradfield Centre, Tuspark, TnS catering (Aveva, ARM, SKA, TalkTalk), Eagle Labs Cambridge, Microsoft.
Get in touch to find out more about how we can supply your company, cafe, hotel or pub with high quality non profit coffee.
Hannah is the founder of Kickstart Coffee and has a passion for children in Uganda. Hannah has been supporting The Early Learning School, Entebbe since 2005. Hannah believes that every child has the right to education and nutritious food.
Through selling quality coffee Hannah hopes to support 1000 children attend school in Uganda by 2025.
Tree planting in Uganda
We plant Matoke (planain) plants in Uganda to provide food for the local community as well as off setting our emissions.
As well as Makoke plants we also plant orange, mango and avacardo trees.
Providing food to the local community is an important part of our project and ensure that the children come to school with a full tummy.
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