Our StoryYes Coffee and Yes Education Center were established in September 2012 to help underprivileged people in Thailand. Since then, Yes Coffee shops have opened at Chiang Mai Airport, offering customers the best 100% organic Arabica beans.
Yes Coffee Roastery started by supporting a school where Burmese migrant children could be educated in Thailand. The concept was inspired by the work of missionary Horace Grant Underwood (1859-1916) to help the Korean people. Often, the children of Burmese migrant workers miss getting an education. The reason is that their parents are unable to pay the tuition or they don't have time to send them to school. Therefore, Yes Education Center was established to provide Burmese migrant children with access to education and good prospects for further education and better jobs.
Yes Education Center currently has 60-70 children aged 6 to 15 and three Burmese teachers. The school focuses on language and communication skills, including English, Thai, and Burmese. It also provides studies on mathematics, cultures of various ethnic groups, and the principles of Christianity. Yes Education Center were able to help children who have completed their studies here to study further in Thailand or elsewhere in Myanmar with certificate of education.
Yes School continues to open with those who visit Yes Coffee, and it is a great help to children through school support every month.