We’ve got big plans and need some help! Following on from our last post about Sustainable Coffee Bay’s new strategic direction we’re pleased to be able to tell you much has progressed in the months since, but we need your help to continue! Without further
We have a long and lovely history with our local Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) that was the beginning of the Local Schools Support Fund. You really need to check our Part 1 of this story! This is an URGENT
This project originally started back in 2004, when Pato Junior Secondary School (JSS) approached Coffee Shack staff for help. Their school consisted of a ramshackle bunch of fallen down mud huts and they had no funds to rebuild the school.
This donation basket was started in 2002 and is located in the Coffee Shack reception where it has proved to be highly successful. Guests are able to leave behind items that they no longer require and these are sorted and
Molo friends, hope you are all well. Thank you for your continuing support as always. With the welcome rains, revisiting friends and operation ‘clean and green’ underway, our Coffee Bay canvas is looking lush! Especially too, with the colourful array
Hi everyone, Apologies for not updating the blog for a while….Kate, our wonderful gardener and photographer is the UK doing fundraising for us, and I had not mastered the use of digital cameras and transferring photo’s…..However, this changed on Friday
Ok, my gardening entries have been at their minimum but work I can assure you has been full steam ahead in “Igada Labantwana” “THE CHILDRENS GARDEN”. Despite missing the presence of inquisitive eyes and helpful little hands over Easter holiday’s,
The Coffee Shack “Community Basket” project was started because we realised that guests were often leaving items of clothing or shoes behind…intentionally? We placed a laundry basket in the lounge of the hostel and advised guests that if there was