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This Easter, be sure that you’re not filling your basket with chocolates that are the product of slavery and forced labor.

The cocoa industry is among the worst forms of child labor today. These cocoa farms, mostly in Ghana and the Ivory Coast, exist because of brands like Hershey, Nestle, Mars, and Cadbury—all of whom purchase cocoa from these farms, and are well-aware of their malpractices. These companies have chosen to do little about the problem of  slave labor, mostly because it would impact their bottom lines.

Take action and buy Fair Trade, Slavery-Free chocolates and treats this Easter season. The documentary tells about the Dark Side of Chocolate.

 

We are grateful to Helping Hands of Sophia Antipolis for supporting us again this year. The nonprofit arm of Amadeus, Helping Hands works with a handful of organizations each year. Taaluma is honored to be among them. Stay tuned for some of our other fund-raising events coming up soon.

 

 

Christmas Party! Santa paid us a visit this year much to the delight of the kids. We had a great time and raised lots of money for our project, thank you all for your support!

               

One Euro can make a difference! Thanks to all the Amadeus employees who donated through Helping Hands. Taaluma is one of the projects supported and we appreciate all your help.

 

Our book drive is going really well. So far we have collected lots of books for Ghana and Togo and will deliver them soon!

Thank you Saint Philippe Neri, Juan les Pins for giving us a table at your school event.

Thank you Helping Hands of Sophia Antipolis for supporting Taaluma this year!

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