Mojo works alongside numbers of organisations throughout New Zealand to help make this a better country.
The Neonatal trust NZ
We have provided provided coffee for the neonatal team and raised tens of thousands of dollars through our heart cookie fundraiser, used-phone collection, gift baskets and other initiatives. This relationship has been going on for more than a decade.
Mojo had bought coffee beans from Vanuatu and was the owners of the last remaining beans on Tanna Island after the hurricane. It sold the last of the Vanuatu beans in store and all proceeds went to the World Vision project in Vanuatu. Mojo continues to work with World Vision, with a coffee specialist providing knowledge to coffee farmers to help them provide high quality coffee beans to compete in the speciality coffee market. We continue to purchase coffee from other Vanuatu.
Wellington Free Ambulance
Wellington Free and Mojo have worked together for nearly five years now. Wellington Free provides first aid training for many Mojo staff so they know what to do in an emergency, and Mojo provides coffee to the central paramedic station in Thorndon.
DCM – formerly the Downtown Community Ministry – has been working in Wellington since the 1960s. It’s mission is to focus on the needs of and to help empower the marginalised. Mojo’s partnership with DCM is still quite new, having begun in 2018. All unused coffee is donated to DCM as well as free on-loan coffee making equipment so people can enjoy a hot coffee when they arrived. All unused café equipment is also donated to help people moving into a home.