History of CAFE
CAFE was launched on May 25th, 2003. They received charitable status in 2005.
Who we are:
CAFE stands for "Canadian Aid For Education." We don't have much to do with coffee, but much like it, CAFE is about fuelling and jump starting. Through our efforts, we support education programs in developing countries. CAFE is a registered non-profit charity..
To seek participation and partnership in Canada and abroad to sponsor community projects which will enhance the development of the full potential of people in developing countries. It is our vision that by supporting people in their struggle for education, we may in some small way empower them to take control of their future. We will work closely with established community and church groups and will look to them for guidance in meeting thier needs. We look to Canadian organizations and individuals to help reach our goals.
What We Do:
Since 2003, CAFE has created and funded various grass roots programs in developing countries including:
Meal Program - Barahona, Dominican Republic
Mobile Library - Arequipa, Peru
Tuition Program - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Children's School Support – Dinajpur, Bangladesh
Earthquake Response Support - Chile
Why We Do It:
CAFE believes in the power of education and it's pivotal role in the development of communities. It is our vision that by supporting people in their struggle for education, we may in some small way empower them to take control of their future.
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