SPRINGFIELD, IL, U.S. – The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) is launching their 2020 Supporter Campaign with a goal of engaging 50 new IWCA Supporters in time to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th.
The IWCA is a US-based non-profit organization that connects a global network of independent, locally-driven, social impact organizations in more than 24 countries, called chapters, across Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin America & the Caribbean, and the Middle East.
“New IWCA Supporters will make it possible for the IWCA to amplify the market visibility and voice of all women in coffee,” says Executive Director Kellem Emanuele.
“This includes market-focused programs to provide coffees from IWCA Chapter members at industry events and education-focused programs such as the new IWCA Connects! quarterly webinar series which provides access to innovative and important resources relevant to all in the coffee value chain.”
For an annual contribution of $500, IWCA Supporters are recognized on the IWCA website, social media and other communications and receive an IWCA Supporter logo for use in home, office or online, with the goal of promoting their support of the IWCA mission and helping to reach a wider audience.
To learn more about the IWCA Supporter program visit www.womenincoffee.org/takeaction and click the online donation portal to enroll.
About International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA)
Founded in 2003, the International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) leads women’s empowerment in the global coffee industry by supporting a global network of independent, self-organized chapters in 24 countries.
The mission of IWCA is to empower women in the international coffee community to achieve meaningful and sustainable lives; and to encourage and recognize the participation of women in all aspects of the coffee industry.
As a global network, the IWCA achieves empowerment through leadership development, strategic partnership, and amplified market visibility.