Tuesday 20 December 2016
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Change Coffee - A Giving Revolution!

We need your help (your money, really!) to launch this do-gooder fun initiative! It’s gonna go big!


Change Coffee is one day a year when we rally coffee drinkers across the nation (and soon the globe!) to buy one extra cup of coffee.

So it’s BUY 2, GET 1, with the value of the second cup funding on-the-ground programs for vulnerable kids through our non-profit organisation.

At Change Coffee HQ we know that for the price of a single cup of coffee, once a year, coffee drinkers can literally change the life of a child that has been orphaned or made vulnerable by AIDS.

Annually on the first Friday of December. This year - 4th December 2015!

It’s simple, it’s easy and it’s fun! Great coffee; a good cause.

First up: Café Owners – These socially responsible ‘thought leaders’  will carry the distinctive symbols and branding of #ChangeCoffee and will serve all Change Coffee drinkers their bevvy of choice in a trendy, bright, happy, colourful cup that EVERYONE will want.

Next up: Coffee Drinkers! They drink coffee… so they’re already awesome. When they buy their #ChangeCoffee on December 4th from a participating Café they’ll be more than awesome; they’ll be #ChangeCoffeeAwesome.

Yes, of course that’s an actual thing.


We are on a mission to alleviate poverty and improve the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Alleviating poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Food, water, shelter, good health, an education and being spoilt are the birthright of all children.

Change Coffee will play it’s part in creating this world.

About Project Creator:

Robyn Borruso

Hi, I’m Robyn. In 2010, I visited an orphanage in South Africa. The children at the orphanage were more than just statistics; each had a unique story of pain and loss, and yet they approached life with such positivity and enthusiasm, despite some of their very basic needs not being met.

Humbled and inspired by their warmth and affection, I decided I had to dosomething to improve the lives of these lost children and established the Eniwe Children’s Fund, a not-for-profit organisation.

Since then Eniwe Children’s Fund has raised over $300,000, and the Eniwe team has seen exciting, tangible results in these impoverished communities that has affirmed my belief in our ability to fundamentally change the lives of these kids.
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