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Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE, Chairman of Department of Coffee and Social Affairs (right) with Professor Ruben Richards, Former Executive Secretary of the South African Truth & Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Chairman of the Ruben Richards Foundation (left). Photo taken in Imizamo Yethu township, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2016.


FOREWORD by P ro fessor S te f a n A l l e s ch -Ta yl or CB E, C h a i r ma n , De p a r tm e n t of C off e e a nd S oci al A ffair s. On be h alf of t he t ea m a t De p ar tm e n t of Coff e e a n d S oci a l A ff a i r s, I a m d el i g ht e d t o present ou r S o cia l I mp ac t Re po rt 2 0 1 7 . Whi l st we are f i r m be l i e ve r s i n cor po ra t e so ci a l re s p on s i b i l i t y, w e a l so a i m wherev er p oss i bl e t o g o f u r th e r t h an w h at i s r i g h t l y e xp ec te d of o ur d a y to d a y oper at io ns. I n d oi n g s o, th i s s h or t re po rt i s a re f l e ct i on o f t he v a l u es t ha t w e sh are wi t h y o u , ou r c u st om e r s , an d ou r de s i re t o i mp l e me n t p osi t i ve c h a ng e i n t he wor ld as a nd wh e re w e ca n . A great de al of ou r so ci a l i m pa ct re vol ve s a rou n d t h e wi l l i ng ne ss a n d dete r m inat io n of o ur te a m t o m a ke a d i ff e ren ce i n t h e a re a s o f h o m el e ssn es s a n d e duc at i on in th e UK a n d i n t h e a l l e vi at i on of wa t e r p ove r t y, p oor e d u ca t i on a nd h unge r i n S u b- S ah ar a n A f r i ca. It i s e as y t o as s u me t h a t o u rs or a n yon e’s s o ci a l i mp act i s a me a su re o f s i mp l y m on e y s pe n t . O f cou r s e , ca sh h a s a b e a r i n g , h owever, we be l ie v e t h at ‘o n t h e j ou r n e y’ a l ot ca n b e d o n e w hi c h i s a te st a m e n t t o ent hu si asm , t e am wor k, pa s s i on an d be l i e f a n d n ot t o t h e si z e o f a n y c h e q u e wr it t e n. We have oft en be e n a sk e d wh a t t h e ‘S oc i al Affairs ’ part o f ou r n a m e is a b ou t a n d , well , no w y ou k n ow. I f an yt h i n g i n t h e se p ag e s s t r i ke s a c h o rd w e i nv i te y o u to fi n d ou t more b y f ol l ow i n g u s @De p t O f C off e e on I n s t a g r a m a n d Twi t t er o r j oi n i ng u s o n f ace bo ok. com / de pa r t m e n to f co ff e e . A nd fi n al l y ou r s oci al i mp act wou l d n ot b e p os s i b l e wi t h o u t you . On be h alf of t he t ea m a t De p ar tm e n t of Coff e e a n d S oci a l A ff a i r s a n d a l l of th e peopl e t ha t w e h av e s u p por t e d , t h an k y ou .

S TEFAN


It all started here‌with the opening of our first coffee shop in Leather Lane back in 2010.


CONTENTS 1. Ab out 2. Pu mp Aid
 A n award-wi n ni n g c ha r i t y, Pu m p A i d h as p rovi d e d s a f e cl e a n wa t er to ov e r 1 .3 5 mil l io n of the p oore s t p e op l e i n S u b -S a ha r a n A f r i ca . P u m p A i d h a s d e l i v e re d su stai n abl e wa te r s ol u t i on s t o ov e r 9 ,5 0 0 commu n i t ie s i n r ur a l a re a s wi th i n Ma lawi . 3. Af ri-C AN Ch a r ity A c har it y a lle vi a ti n g p ov e rt y a n d h u n g e r i n S u b -S a h a r a n Af r i ca t h rou g h a n a r ra y of progr amm es th a t h el p t o f e e d an d e d u ca t e p re -s ch ool chi l d re n , a s we l l a s pro vi d e e mp lo ymen t an d s u p por t f or t h e l ocal co mmu n i t i e s . Th e s e p rog ra m m e s i n c l ud e t h e A f r i - C A N F re e S c h o o l B re a k f a s t P ro g r a m m e , A f r i - C A N E a r l y C h i l d h o o d Dev elo pme n t nu r s er i e s ( EC Ds ), A f r i -C AN Ca f e C omp a n y, Af ri - CA N Yo un g Ea g l e s F oot bal l Aca de my w hi c h u s e s s por t f or ch i l d d e ve l op m e n t a n d Af r i - CA N So c i a l Vent ures Pro gr a mm e s up p or t ing l ocal s tar t u p b u s i n e s s e s. T h e c h a r i t y h a s prov i d e d ECDs fo r o ve r 2, 0 00 ch i l d re n i n f i ve t ow n s h i p s a n d i n e xc e ss of 3 50 ,0 00 F ree S ch ool Bre ak f as t s a ye ar. 4. Te am Up Award-wi nning U K ch ar i t y, Te am U p u se s tu ition , de live re d by i n sp ira ti o na l role mode l s, to e n ab le p u pi l s f rom l ow -i n com e b a ckg rou n d s to m e a n i n g f u l l y i n cre a s e t hei r a cade mi c at t ai n me n t , i n orde r t o i m prove t h e ch o i ce s op en t o t h e m . Team U p has provi de d t u i ti on t o ove r 5 , 0 0 0 u n de r p r i vi l e g e d c hi l d re n a n d ha s re c ru i t ed ov er 5 00 v o lun t ee r rol e mo de l s . 5. Cen tral Lon do n R o ugh Sl eeper s Com m it t ee ( CL RSC) CLR S C i s an al l - in cl u si v e , n o n -prof i t o rg an i s a t i on wh i ch off er s m e a l s a n d s up po rt for rough slee pe r s a n d h om e l e s s i n Ce n t r a l L on d on , a t ev e n ts th a t ta k e p l a c e e ve r y two wee ks . C LRS C i s se r vi n g ov e r 1 , 00 0 me a l s a yea r. 6. Ap pe n d ix a. Lear n More b.Con t r i bu t or s


ABOUT A t De par t me n t of Coff e e an d S oci al A ff a i r s , we va l u e ou r so c i a l i m p a c t e qu a l l y to ou r comm e rc ia l s ucc e ss . Man y m e m be r s of ou r t e a m a re on t h e bo a rd s a nd /or vo lu n t eer fo r t h e l oca l , n a ti o n al an d i n t e r n at i on a l ch a r i t i es l i st e d i n th i s rep or t. Th i s be l i e f in th e im po rt an ce of ou r so ci a l i mp a ct e xt e n d s f ro m t h e m ost se n i or posi t io n i n th e c omp a n y t o th e mo st j u n i or. The passion and dedication of all those involved in these charities and co m mi t t ees are w ha t m a ke s t h e 'S oci a l A ff a i r s ' p a r t of o ur na m e s o s pe ci a l to u s and, we hope , t o t ho se w e s e r ve , ou r c u st ome r s .


PUMP AID
 THE C HAL LE NGE Ma lawi has a r i s i n g po pu l a ti o n of 1 7 . 9 mi l l i on a n d t h i s f i g u re c o nt i n u e s t o gro w. Mo re t han 60 % l i ve in p ove r t y, of wh i ch ov er 5 5 % l i ve on l e ss th a n $1 .2 5 a d a y a s defi ne d by the Wor l d B a n k. O u t of t h i s 1 7 . 9 mi l l i on , n e a r l y 85 % l i ve i n r u ra l a re a s and ro ugh l y 2 . 4 mi ll i on p e op l e l i vi n g i n th e s e r u r a l a re a s a re w i th ou t a c ce s s t o a safe wa ter so u rce, 6 9 % w i t h ou t t re at e d, s a n i t a r y d r i n kin g wa t e r a n d n e a rl y h a l f (47 . 7%) of r ura l p op u l at i on s h a vi n g t o t ra ve l 3 0 mi n u t es or m o re t o o bt a i n th e i r dr in ki n g w at e r.

W H AT I S P U M P A I D D O I N G A B O U T T H I S ? 1.35 MILLION 
 People now have daily access to safe water supplies and improved sanitation 9,500 
 Wa t e r p u m p s i n s t a l l e d b y P u m p A i d i n S u b - S a h a r a n A f r i c a 4,230 
 Wa t e r p u m p s i n M a l a w i a l o n e 487,600 
 People served everyday in Malawi MISSION “Committed to ending water poverty in Malawi.”


“Department of Coffee’s support of Pump Aid has been crucial this year, as we have sought to raise the profile of those most impacted by climate change and increase the public’s awareness of what we are doing to help them. Through in-store promotions, direct appeals to customers and by sharing their marketing expertise, Department of Coffee has increased awareness of our work, helped raise vital funds and given us a platform to communicate to an audience we would otherwise have been unable to reach. In short, they have been magnificent. We could not have asked for more.” 
 - Michael Chuter, Chief Executive Officer, Pump Aid


# B E T H E K E Y C A M PA I G N We l aunc hed an in-st o re a n d on l i n e m ar ke tin g campaign to brin g a w a re ne ss a nd do n a ti on s to Pu mp Ai d. Th is ca mp ai g n wa s c al l e d # Be Th e Ke y - re cog n i s i n g t h e o b vi o u s i m p or t a n ce o f w a te r t o e ve r yon e ’s dai ly li v e s. W i th 6 5 0 m i l l i on p e op l e i n t h e wor l d st i l l w i t h no a cce ss to sa f e , cl e an dr i nk in g w at e r. We f ou n d th i s cam pa i g n ke y i n r a i s i n g mon ey t o c ha n g e a nd s a v e l i v e s. Dur i n g t he mo nth of S e p t e m be r 2 0 1 6 Lo n d on e r s s a w ou r Pu m p A i d, # B e T h e K e y c a m p a i g n ban n er on ov er 400 bl a ck ca b s cre e n s a cros s t h e ci t y. I n -s t ore w e re- b ra n d e d 1 00 ,0 0 0 c o ff e e paper cu ps e xcl u siv el y f or t h e # B e Th e Ke y ca mp a i g n wi t h t h e a b i l i ty f o r c us to m e r s to d o n a te i mmedi at e l y from t h e i r p h on e s . We a s ke d ou r cu s t ome r s t o t e xt th e w ord ‘ P um p ’ to 7 0 5 0 0 to donat e £5 or more w h e re 1 0 0 % o f t h e proc e e d s we n t t o Pu mp A i d.


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Afri-CAN CHARITY THE C HAL LE NGE S o u t h A f r i c a c u r re n t l y h a s 2 4 m i l l i o n p e o p l e l i v i n g i n t o w n s h i p s w i t h a n u nem plo ym e n t r at e i n e x ce s s of 7 0 % f o r ma n y of t h e se to wn sh i ps . H u n g e r i s anot he r ma jo r is s u e in S ou t h Af r i ca, U NI CEF f ou n d t h a t 1 1 . 4 % of d e a t h s o f S o ut h A fri c an ch i ldre n un d e r f i ve c an b e a t t r i b ut e d t o l ow w e i g h t, m a ki n g l o w b i r th weight t h e sec ond mos t p ro mi n e n t c au s e o f ch i l d re n ’s d e a t h i n S o ut h A f ri c a .

W H AT I S A f r i - C A N C H A R I T Y D O I N G A B O U T T H I S ? 3 5 0 , 0 0 0 A N N U A L LY 
 Free School Breakfasts served to children between the ages of 1 to 6 2,000+ 
 Children in newly built Early Childhood Development nurseries (ECDs) 30+
 Newly built Early Childhood Development nurseries donated across five townships in Wester n Cape, South Africa 150+
 New full-time jobs secured MISSION: “To all ev i ate ‘hunger and ed uc ati on po ver t y’ in t he t own s hi p s o f Sou th Af ri c a. To create and nur ture new busi nesses wit h me nt or in g an d s up p or t to e nsu re s u stainabil i ty.”


“Our aim is to ensure that every child in need between 1-6 years old has a healthy low GI breakfast every school day morning during this key foundation phase of their cognitive development. We cannot thank Department of Coffee enough for the continuous support and funding they have provided the charity. Ensuring we keep the children healthy and fit so they're able to learn and grow.”
 – Camille Paterson, Programme Director, Afri-CAN Charity


D O N AT I N G 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 FREE SCHOOL BREAKFASTS A fri -CA N F ree Sc ho ol B re akf a st Prog r a mme wa s l a u n ch e d t o p ro vi d e F re e Sc h oo l B re a k f a sts to t he mo st vuln e rable ch i l dre n a ge d be t w e e n 1 a n d 6 ye a r s . Th e rec i p i e n t c h i l d ren c u r re n tl y at te n d o ne of the thi r t y Ea r l y C h i l dh ood De ve l op me n t n u r s e r i e s ( E CD s) t ha t t h e c ha r i ty h a s buil t i n t h e to wn ship s of Ph i l i ppi , La n ga , K h a ye l i t s h a , Cros s roa d s a n d We st L a k e. Th e break fast s are i n ac co rd an ce w i t h t h e n u t r i t i on a l re q u i re me n t s a p pro ve d b y bo th U N I C E F and t he S ou th A fric a n Gove r n m e n t . Af r i -C AN F re e S ch ool Bre a kf a st P rog ra m m e p rovi d e s o v e r 3 50, 00 0 f re e sc ho ol b re a kf as ts a n n u al l y t o ove r 2 , 0 0 0 ch i l d re n . We have and a re c ommi t te d t o d o n at i n g 3 0 0 ,0 0 0 F re e S ch ool B re a kf a s ts o ve r th e n e xt 3 ye a rs.


B U I L D I N G T W O E A R LY C H I L D H O O D D E V E L O P M E N T NURSERIES (ECDs) A fri -CA N Ch a ri t y, c on s t r u ct s n e w Gove r n m e n t DS D re g i s t ere d Ea r l y C hi l d ho o d Dev elo pme n t n u rs er i e s ac ros s m u l t i p l e t own s h i p s i n t h e We st e r n Ca pe . W i t hi n t hese EC Ds, c hi l dren are g i ve n F re e S c h oo l Bre a kf a s t s a nd t h e c ru ci a l WAS H (Wash , S anit a ti on an d H yg i e n e ) t r a i n i n g i s i mp l e me n t e d p e r ECD . Th i s enable s ch i ld re n t o b e e du c at e d, su p p or t e d a n d l ov e d i n a s a f e , cl e a n a n d h ygi en i c e n vi ro nm en t . Th e b u i l d i n g o f t h e s e ECDs n ot onl y st re ng th e n s th e l i ve s of t h e chi ld re n bu t a l so e m pow e rs t h e wome n wh o l ook a f te r t he se ch i l dre n b y gi vi ng t hem fu l l ow n e rs h i p o f t h e EC D an d f u l l -t i me e mp l o y m en t. We have been s u pp or ti n g A fr i - CA N Ch a r i t y in th is in itiat ive by f u nd in g th e co nst r u ct i on o f t w o n e w E CD s i n t h e to wn s h i p s of L a n g a a n d P hi l i p pi . T h i s wi l l prov id e cl ea n a nd s af e e n v i ron m e n ts f or p re -s ch ool ch i l d re n a t a c ru ci a l s ta g e i n t hei r l i ve s. Ov er 1 00 ch i l d re n at t e n d ou r n e w L a n g a a n d P h i l i p p i EC D s .


SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST FOOTBALL KIT 
 Gan g v io lence i s o n t h e ri s e , w i t h 1 2 % of t h e 2 , 8 5 0 mu rd e rs i n t he We st e r n Ca pe Pro vi n ce be ing g an g- re l a t e d an d c h i l dre n a s you n g a s 1 4 a r re st ed on g a n grela ted murde r ch arge s . Th e se boy s y ou s e e h e re a re f rom Ho u t Ba y Ba rce l on a F oo tb a l l C l u b , a y o ut h foo tb al l c l ub f ro m I m i za m o Ye t h u . I mi z a mo Ye t h u i s a t ow n s hi p i n t h e g rea t er Hout Bay Vall e y a re a i n We st e r n C ap e , S ou t h A f r i ca . T h e re si d e n ts o f I m i za m o Yet hu an d bo ys are c on s ta n t l y re cr u i t e d i n t o t h e s e cr i mi n a l g a n gs . We don’t just p ro vid e br an d e d foo t ba l l kit to th e f ootb a ll cl u b . We prov i de a foc us and su ppo rt n e t w or k t o ke e p th e s e ch i l d re n o u t o f g a ng s a nd ou t o f vi ol e n ce an d t o re i n f orce p os i ti v e m e ss ag e s. Th e f oot ball cl u b ha s 9 0 p l aye r s w i th th re e coa ch e s w ho t ra i n t h e b oy s f i v e aft er noons per w e e k, an d t h e y pl a y mat ch e s on we e ke n d s to o. T h e b oy s a re a l l fro m Im i zamo Ye th u an d a ge d b e tw e e n 7 t o 1 8 . 
 
 We hav e funde d t h e c l u b wi t h al l t h e f ootball kit n e e d ed , wh ich i nc l ud e s th e i r st ri pe s an d boo ts al o n gs i d e f u n d i n g f or t r a n s p or t a t i on t o g o o n a w a y g a m e s a n d for p ro vi di ng t h e f o od re q u i re d f o r th e s e b oys t o s t a y f i t a n d b e a b l e to p l a y mat ch e s.


UP-CYCLED TOYS FOR COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT A fri -CA N Ch ar i ty h as cre a t e d t h e A f r i - CA N U p -C ycl e Ma r ke t w hi c h se l l s a va ri e t y o f g o o d s made by c re ati ve s from l o ca l t ow n s h i ps . We hav e funded t he mak i n g o f 1 , 5 0 0 e d u c ation al toys f or ch ildren lik e th e se cou nte r ca p s th a t h el p c h il dren wi th s im pl e ma t h s , col ou r re cog n i t i on a n d g e n e ra l c o gn i ti v e d ev e l op m e n t. O u r h el p i n t h is sup po rt s t h e ch ar i ty ’s u n d e rs ta n d i n g t h a t e d u ca t i on i s th e o nl y wa y f o r t h e c h i l d re n of Sout h Afr i ca to ge t o u t of pove r t y. Th i s wi l l g o a l on g wa y to he l p e du ca te t he ch i l d re n a t an age cr u ci al for de ve l op me n t .


M E E T C A LV I N Cal vi n i s a ph eno m e n al a rt i sa n an d m ake r of f u r n i t u re ma d e o f u p -c y cl e d m a t e ri a l s. H e h a s a wor k sho p i n Ph ili ppi wh e re h e w or ks a n d l i ve s . Wh e n we f i r s t m et C a l v i n a n d s a w h i s d e d i c a ti o n and qu al i ty o f w or k, w e we re de l i g h t e d t o gi ve h i m a cor p or a t e c om m i ss i o n. We suppo r t t he Afr i -CA N Up - Cy c l e Mar ke t by bu yin g fu r n itu re m a d e b y Ca lv i n.


CENTRAL (CLRSC)

LONDON

ROUGH

SLEEPERS

COMMITTEE

THE C HAL LE NGE Hom e l essness in L on do n i s o n t h e r i se . More t h a n 8 , 0 00 p e o pl e s l ep t ro ug h i n Lo ndon st re et s du r i ng 2 0 1 5 / 1 6 . Th i s n u m b e r h a s more th a n d ou bl e d ove r t he l ast fi ve y ear s , an d n e ar l y t r i pl e d o ve r t h e l a s t t e n ye a rs . T he se i n di v i d u a l s a re t he mo st vuln e ra bl e an d so ci a l l y e xc l u de d p e op l e i n ou r soc i e t y.

W H AT I S C L R S C D O I N G A B O U T T H I S ? OVER 10,000 MEALS SERVED
 These are served every two weeks in Central London 60-70 GUESTS PER MEAL
 Our guests are typically rough sleepers, homeless and people who may be vulnerable and socially excluded OVER 100 VOLUNTEERS
 Who regularly give up their Saturday nights to support the meals MISSION
 “Although the focus in the event is on the dinner service, no less significant is the conversation and banter between the volunteers and guests. It is that interaction which has the greatest long-ter m value.”


“Stefan’s dedication and support over the last 9 years and the Department of Coffee and Social Affairs’ cofunding support has ensured our operations to at least 2020. We owe a special thanks to Department of Coffee and Social Affairs for providing continued leadership on the CLRSC committee and financial and volunteer support.”
 – Michelle Taylor, Chair, Central London Rough Sleepers Committee


DINING EXPERIENCE EVERY TWO WEEKS Table serv ic e ensu re s ou r gu e s t s c an re l a x, e n g a g e i n con ve r sa ti o ns a n d re a l l y e n j oy th e e ve n ing. Exa ct ly th e wa y a n y of u s wou l d i n a re s t a u ra n t/ c a f e . It i s i m po rt a nt to u nde r st and t h at th e m e al i t s e l f i s t h e b e gi n n i n g , t h e i mp or t a n ce o f th es e re g u l a r ev e n ts i s great e r lo ng-te r m val u e s i n t h e i n t e r a ct i on b e t we e n t he g u e st s a nd v ol u n t ee rs. En co ur agi n g a c ul t ure o f m u tu a l u n d e r s t a n di n g . We hav e comm itt e d fu n di n g t o C L RS C u p u n til at le as t 20 20 a n d m a n y o f ou r s ta ff membe r s v ol unt e e r f or th e e ve n t s e v e ry t w o we e ks .


TEAM UP THE C HAL LE NGE In t h e U K, c hi l d re n f rom l o w-i n c om e f a mi l i e s a re a t l e ss o f a n a dv a n ta g e t o recei ve go od e du ca t i on t h an t h os e f ro m p rivile ge d f am il i es , i n th e UK . 75 % o f t he hi ghest -in co me q u i n t i l e of pu p i l s ga i n 5 ‘g ood ’ G C SE s (A * -C ), com p a red t o 2 1% of t he l ow e st - in c om e qu i n t i l e ( Jos e ph Rown t re e F ou n d a t i on , 2 0 1 0 ) . O n l y 1 in 3 children from low-income backgrounds leaves school with basic qual ifi c at i on s (S ut t on Tru s t, 2 0 1 3 ).

W H AT I S T E A M U P D O I N G A B O U T T H I S ? OVER 1,000 ROLE MODELS
 Are on the programme to become tutors to the students OVER 5,000 YOUNG PEOPLE
 H a v e b e n e f i t e d f r o m Te a m U p ’s t u i t i o n p r o g r a m m e PwC SPONSORING 20 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
 PwC and Credit Suisse recognise the potential of the students after t h e y h a v e a t t e n d e d Te a m U p ’s t u i t i o n p r o g r a m m e MISSION: “Ou r prog ramm e ext ends the benefi ts of r igorous a nd i ns pir a ti on a l ac ad em ic tuiti on t o c hi ldren from l o w i ncome backgroun ds i n o rde r to e nab le the m to realise thei r full po tenti al.”


COFFEE IS THE REWARD Team Up and D e pa r tm e n t o f Coff e e an d S oci a l A ff a i rs j o i n e d f o rce s i n a n i ni t ia ti v e to re wa rd 5 00 rol e mo de l s t h a t g o t h rou g h t h e pro gr a m m e to b ec o m e fu l ly qu al if ie d t u to rs . We rewa rd th e s e rol e m ode l s w h e n t h e y pa s s both le ve ls by g iv i ng e ve ry o ne o f t hem a £ 100 p re -p ai d coff e e card.

“I am really excited that Team Up is involved in the work that Department of Coffee do. At the heart of our organisation is a belief in the power of people to help transform the lives of disadvantaged pupils and with the support of Department of Coffee, we are able to thank these role models for their dedication.”
 - Sharla Duncan, Chief Executive Officer, Team Up


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MEET THE TEAM SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM Profes so r St e fa n A l l e sch - Tay l or C BE , 
 Ch ai rman at De pa rt m e n t of Coffe e a n d S o ci a l Affa i r s Ch ai r m an, Pu mp A i d F ou n de r & Ch a ir man , Af r i -C AN C h ar i ty Ch ai r m an, Te am U p Dep ut y Chai r man , Cen t ra l L on do n Rou gh S l e e p e r s Comm i t te e (C L RS C) Mat thew Gil l , Dep ut y Ch ai r man at D e pa rtm e n t of Co ffe e a n d S o ci a l A ffa i r s Direc t or, A fr i- CA N C h ar i ty Direc t or, Tea m Up 
 Ashle y Lope z, CEO a t Depar t me n t o f C o ff e e an d S oc i al Affa i r s Tr ust ee, P um p A id Direc t or of M e nt or i n g, A f r i - CA N Ch a ri t y S ec ret ar y, Ce n tr a l L on d on Rou g h S l e e pe r s Commi t t e e (C L RS C)
 Po ppy B ruffe ll , HR Manager at De pa r tme n t o f C o ff e e an d S o ci a l A ffa i r s Comm i t tee Me mb e r, C e n t r al L on d on R ou g h S l e e p e r s Co m m i t te e (C L RS C) Mar yam A- Ma zr ae i , Mar ket i ng Di rect o r at De p ar t me n t o f C off ee a n d S o ci a l Affa i rs Comm u n ic ati on s Di rect or, Af r i -C AN C h ar i ty A spec ial th an k s t o al l t h e var i ou s m e m be r s of ou r s t a ff w h o ha ve vol u nt e e re d and gi v en u p t h ei r ti me f or th e s e ch ar i ti e s .


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Department of coffee and social affairs social impact report 2017