Partner with IWCA

With support, investment, and engagement from dedicated people and organizations, IWCA empowers women across the globe. Contact Mansi Chokshi, IWCA Global Co-Vice President to outline the strategy that is best for you, or visit Support to make a direct contribution.

Business Partnerships

Consider joining the companies below who have incorporated the IWCA into their business strategies:

  • In April 2018, Kohana Coffee Company announced its leadership role and commitment to becoming an IWCA Sustaining Supporter. IWCA Sustaining Supporters make an annual investment of $25,000 to support the global operations and human capital required to support the IWCA Global Organization.

  • Artisan Coffee Imports offers the women of the Ejo Heza cooperative (IWCA Rwanda Chapter members) a 15% premium above the farm-gate price. This program runs year round.

  • The Chicks Company contributes monthly to IWCA complete the circle of empowering women in business. Fundamental to their business is the approach to connect women globally by involving women in as many steps of the business as possible. See details here.

  • Cafe Moto will contribute to IWCA $10 per bag sold of a limited time offer women-produced coffee from Honduras.

  • Caffe Vergnano will contribute 10 cents of every coffee purchased on International Coffee Day to the IWCA in support of this year’s “Women in Coffee” theme.

  • City Girl Coffee Company is focused on bringing awareness and equality to women of the coffee industry. City Girl sources from small, women-led organizaitons and donates a portion of sales to IWCA quarterly. They are also a founding member and active supporter of the Twin Cities Women of Coffee Alliance, which hosts community events to support IWCA.

  • JNP Coffee, working with Burundi Friends International (BFI), has an active and ongoing partnership with the IWCA Burundi Chapter. Most recently, BFI has raised an initial $40,000 to implement a program in financial literacy education to benefit all members of IWCA Burundi, including youth. See also this recent profile of JNP and BFI.

  • Peet's Coffee debuted a "Sisterhood Flight" including coffees from three women producers on International Women's Day, March 8 2018. Ten percent of the program's proceeds were donated to IWCA.

  • Solidaridad contributed $5,000 to completion and publication of the Women in Coffee e-book produced by IWCA to identify and share the roles of women in coffee in Brazil.

  • Temple Coffee Roasters donates 100% of the profits from its bottled water sales to IWCA. This program runs year round. Temple is actively engaged in building awareness and raising support for IWCA through hosting several community events in the Sacramento area.

  • Written Coffee contributes 10% of every bag sold of its Chapter No. 2 coffee. See details here.

TAke Action to Support Women In Coffee

Promote your work and support women in coffee with any of these approaches:


Feature women's coffee in cafes on and around an upcoming holiday or special event and donate a flat amount and/or percentage of coffee sold that day.


Donate a flat amount or percent per bag of roasted coffee sold from a women's coffee cooperative.

3. Percent DONATION

Donate a percent pf per total sales of for a specific day, 20% is recommended.


Announce support for IWCA on social media, including the amount you will contribute. Social media announcement can be a short blurb example: “We’re supporting #womenincoffee with a $xx donation. You can too, by visiting:


Email your network or include IWCA in a company newsletter to encourage their support of IWCA. To donate:


Have another idea in which you can partner with IWCA? Let us know!

host a Community event to support Iwca

Plan a fun event to bring people together for great fun in support of great cause. Looking for ideas to plan a successful event? Check out our blog with recaps from recent IWCA Community Events

Global And Regional Support

Thank you to these organizations who annually provide programs & training, inkind  support, and financial investment to IWCA at the global and regional levels.

Donations to the International Women's Coffee Association (IWCA) are tax deductible as the organization is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization.

Your support makes Our Work in support of IWCA Chapters possible.