Last year Teapigs held an art design competition for pupils of House of Children School in Gisenyi, asking them to create a design for their new Rwandan tea blend.
The artworks submitted were all drawn with such care and thought and choosing the final winner was difficult for the Teapigs team, but they decided that Olga’s geometric design captured what they were looking for.
This April, Louise and Nick from Teapigs were able to visit the school and present Olga with her prize and show her the finished artwork on their new tea boxes, as well as hand out prizes to every child who entered.
Teapigs Single Estate Tea is now being sold exclusively at Waitrose and 50p from every cylinder sold goes directly to PF to support the House of Children School. Teapigs funds already sponsor 20 children with Special Needs there and this extra revenue is now contributing to the education of 20 street boys at the school.