Caffiends is a student-run, volunteer-operated cafe at Victoria College in the University of Toronto. Caffiends not only educates volunteers on social justice issues and the importance of purchasing Fair-Trade, ethical products, but fosters an intimate community where students can study, relax, and interact. We have levy status at Victoria College and sit as an honorary member upon VUSAC.
If you’re interested in volunteering with us, send us an email!
A huge thank you to our 2016 graduates for all of their contributions to the cafe. You will be missed! Tara Mactavish Caffiends is the heart and soul of Victoria College. It offers students a safe space to meet new people, test out new skills, buy affordable meals and become a part of the community … Continue reading Graduating Volunteers 2016
Mira Kuroyedov, Co-Manager Winter 2018 to Fall 2018 Year & Major: 2nd year Math and Philosophy joint specialist Favourite Caffiends drink: Dirty Chai (and literally all the food items) Catch me in Caffiends living life because it is actually my second home. Elaine Ma, Co-Manager Fall 2017 to Winter 2018 Year & Major: 3rd … Continue reading Executive Team 2017-2018
2017 The Varsity, In search of a safe space (March 26, 2017) 2016 The Strand, Caffiends brings environmental sustainability, ethical consumerism, and delicious coffee to Victoria College (January 19, 2016) The Strand, What’s brewing at Caffiends (September 21, 2016) The Strand, From cozy to aesthetic, we’ve got your cafe needs covered (October 19, 2016) The … Continue reading Media Mentions
Co-Manager History! Caffiends was established in 2006 by Anneleen Naudts. 2007-2008: Catherine Brown and Caroline Aksich 2008-2009: Lucille Liu and Galya Khaikin 2009-2010: Emily Gilbert and Vanessa Guidorizzi 2010-2011: Mary Anne Dunn and Rachel Chepesiuk 2011-2012: Ben Drapkin and Susan Wang 2012-2013: Hannah Nitefor, Leah Moncada (pictured below) 2013: Sarah MacIsaac and Tara Mactavish Fall 2014: Julie Zhang and Linh Nguyen (pictured above). Winter … Continue reading Past Co-Managers