“Last week, I laid off all 30 of my employees and closed the restaurant I’ve run for over a decade. I’ve worked shoulder to shoulder with many of these people every night for years. I’ve lost a family. They’ve lost their jobs.“Clara, owner of Sweetie
Like Clara, there are thousands of small, minority-owned businesses in the USA, and across the world, struggling to survive during COVID-19
Regardless of whether we are in London, New Delhi or New York, we are connected by a virus that reminds us of the fundamental fact of human interdependence. It reminds us how important our human connections are and how much we have neglected them.
It is also the starting point of CoCaSha.
CoCaSha is an online space for immersive human experiences
Beyond divides, socio-economic or race, we keep human connections at the heart of each experience – from a cooking lesson to a live show. We transform transactions into interactions.
CoCaSha helps minorities bring their talents to the world by coaching and connecting them with individuals looking for alternative experiences
At the heart of our human connections, preparing and sharing a meal is about more than the food. It is about creating a bond, discovering new cultures, celebrating each other’s heritage.