About Safi Coffee
Safi Coffee is a very special initiative led by Hull Collegiate School. It is supported by local businesses and grant funding. We import Ugandan coffee to sell across the UK. Our profits pay for Ugandan children to attend school.
It was back in 2015 when Safi Coffee was born, during a school trip to Uganda. Pupils from Hull Collegiate School volunteered in the South West Region of the country at Great Lakes High School (GLHS) and Kirima Parents Primary School (KPPS). Children and parents there truly value education as an opportunity to escape the cycle of poverty. Sadly many youngsters never get the chance. They are trapped on the family land by poverty. The Hull pupils witnessed preschool children working barefoot on farmland, using machetes, a sight which inspired them to make a difference.
Safi Coffee raises vital funds to educate children in Uganda and change their lives completely. It costs just £180 to fund a child to attend school for a full year. This includes accommodation, food, uniform and healthcare. This is funded by selling the delicious coffee grown around the school sites.
Why would we do this? Why not? We have no extravagant CEO salaries to pay, no shareholders to satisfy; just a group of pupils determined to make a difference. This is the most inspiring school project ever. Children have designed the packaging, painted the logo and are managing the accounts. They are learning about key business skills. It makes sense, for both us and them. It makes a difference.