Since February, Coffee-Bike supports the aid organisation Terre des Hommes – Help for Children in Need. For every Caferino brand espresso pack sold or used, the company donates 10 cents to the children’s aid organisation.
Terre des Hommes combats child labour and stands up for children’s rights in any part of the world. The organization helps street children, abandoned and working children, looks after children that have become victims of war and violence and ensures their education. “The work of Terre des Hommes is exemplary in every way, so we gladly contribute to this organisation. By now we have more than 120 Coffee-Bikes on the streets in twelve countries worldwide. Hence there are dozens of espresso packs used every day. We are delighted to make a contribution to the substantial work of humanitarian projects”, says Jan Sander, CEO of Coffee-Bike.
Social commitment runs high at this franchise system. In September 2015, several Coffee-Bike franchisees of the Rhineland area, Western Germany, allied and donated a portion of their earnings to local refugee initiatives.
The young start-up company from Osnabrück, Western Germany, was honoured several times for their innovative mobile coffee-shop business model and successfully established the Coffee-Bike in numerous European countries.