Training Baristas, Changing Futures

by The Woza Coffee School

 Imizamo Yethu, Cape Town  Job Creation

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R 48,000
Funded to date
R 48,000
Goal

The Woza Coffee School trains the unemployed “at-risk” youth to become baristas and places them into full-time employment in this role.

The Woza Coffee School needs your help to fund a barista training facilitator’s salary for an eight month barista course, which will provide training for twelve unemployed “at-risk” youth.

The Woza Coffee School is a charitable trust, PBO and NPO that trains the unemployed “at-risk” youth to become baristas and places them into baristing jobs at a range of coffee brands. And for those students showing entrepreneurial spirit, they equip and facilitate the journey for them to run and own a modular coffee business.

The name “Woza” comes from the Zulu word, meaning “come on”. It’s a word of encouragement used to get someone or something going, and that's exactly what this organisation does.

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Project activity

Funded to date:

R 48,000

Funding goal: R 48,000
NGO: The Woza Coffee School
Start: 1st June 2018
End: 31st October 2019
PBO: 930056862
NPO: 195-508
Field agent: David Bassett