Mini Kicks Hull sponsors children in Uganda We are delighted to announce Nathan Peat from Mini Kicks Hull has signed to sponsor 10 children to attend school in Uganda. This support is huge in our on-going work we do with communities in Uganda. Nathan is thrilled to part of this amazing project and enjoyed a cup of [...]
You can buy Safi Coffee online by clicking the Shop Now button at the top of the home page or from the following shops: The Little Gift Company The Little Gift Company is based on Prestongate, Hessle. They are a Home and Gift Boutique specialising in personalised gifts and offering everything from small gifts to large [...]
Click on this link Teach Uganda's website will show you life in Uganda and the communities we are helping to change through Safi Coffee sales. Learn about Great Lakes High School and it's feeder schools.
Larry's Bar is a mobile Prosecco, Peroni, Gin and Coffee & Gourmet Food Van in Hull. Gwyn and Debs serve Safi Coffee from their gorgeous yellow piaggio van all over East Yorkshire including most Saturdays serving parents, staff and pupils at the Hull Collegiate School sports fixtures. You can follow Larry's bar on Facebook
Pupils in Team Uganda 2017 visited Long Riston Primary School in December to talk about the Safi Coffee project and to hear about their global schools mission and vision.
Keeley Donovon has been a fan of Safi Coffee for months. She loves it and was very happy with her Safi Christmas gift at the Golden Apple Awards.
Here are some photographs of our Safi Coffee Christmas tree in Beverley Minster for the Christmas Tree Festival. Over 3000 visitors attend the festival where 90 trees are decorated. Our tree was decorated with handmade Safi baubles and the star at the top of the tree was decorated with Safi Coffee beans.
A successful night for Safi Coffee. Team Uganda presented to the Rotary Club at The Village Hotel and sold two boxes of coffee, secured some funding to bring Ugandan children to the UK and made some good contacts. The members were so impressed with the pupils and inspired by their presentation.